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Behind the Curtain with Kristin Idaszak

In a rapidly evolving cultural climate, the arts rely on perpetual renovation to maintain relevance. The keen sense of inventiveness that artists often possess propels their craft forward. Among these artistic innovators is Kristin...

TV Review: “The Young Pope” (Season 1)

A camera pans, gently rotating from a television displaying the Italian “X-Factor” to a couple at a laminated table, looking paradoxically intrigued and bored. Soft wailing accompanying a contestant’s refrain of “Hallelujah” hints at...

Meddling with Metal: August Burns Red, Protest the Hero, and In Hearts Wake

Noise — that’s the first thing you might notice walking in. Friday night, fans leisurely filing through the SOMA Theater entrance. A stand packed up to the brim with band merchandise — lots of...

TV Review: “Z: The Beginning of Everything” (Season 1)

The first season of “Z: The Beginning of Everything” chronicles the origin of the infamous, dramatic and occasionally volatile relationship between Zelda Sayre (Christina Ricci) and F. Scott Fitzgerald (David Hoflin) in a fun,...

NETFLUX 1.29.17

COMING "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" (Season 2) — Arriving February 11 The CW has spent the last few years going through a critical re-appraisal of it programming. Moving away from the mentally empty, beautiful people of shows like...

Unreal TV

Back in the aughts, for a while it seemed like all anyone wanted to talk or rant about was reality television. Reality TV’s inevitability, and its genius, lies in its simplicity. Find a mixture...

TV Review: “Sherlock” (Season 4)

The long awaited season four of “Sherlock” is finally available to fans after two years of anticipation, taking the show in a new, more character-centered direction. The season opens with Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch), John...

A Sitdown with Graham Elliot

In 2008, 135,000 hopeful singers auditioned to be on “American Idol.” The music industry is famous for wide-eyed dreamers looking for fame and fortune. Explaining that you’re trying to make it as a musician...

TV Review: “A Series of Unfortunate Events” (Season 1)

Resurrected from the Hollywood graveyard, a beloved children’s series has gained new life as a Netflix series. For many fans who grew up reading the books, its abandonment after one moderately unsuccessful film was...

TV Review: “The OA” (Season 1)

At its face, Netflix’s new show “The OA” — released with no advertising or notice — is another version of “Stranger Things.” Both feature a nosebleed-prone female protagonist with mysterious powers encountering evil scientists...

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Students Protest Updated Muslim Ban

Students and faculty collected outside Geisel Library to demonstrate against the executive order President Trump issued on March 6 revising restrictions that he placed...

Students Determined Addresses Candidate Filing Inconsistencies

The Students Determined slate released a statement this afternoon explaining two inconsistencies between the filing of their candidates on the official A.S. elections page...

The Professor Who Fought Border Patrol with Poetry

As a professor his passion for art is evident through his lectures, delivered with a loud booming voice which resonates throughout the lecture hall....