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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Beck Series hosts Lake of Dreams author Kim Edwards

SOPHIA BELLONE One thing author Kim Edwards is glad she didn’t know before becoming a writer? “How hard it would be!” she laughed. “It probably would have discouraged me, if I had known,” said Edwards. It’s a good thing she [...]

October 30, 2017 Arts and Life

Blade Runner 2049: more than a replication of original

DEVIN MEENAN In Blade Runner 2049, director Denis Villeneuve has proven himself up to a task that seemed insurmountable; he made a sequel to a classic that neither lessens nor retreads its predecessor, but meaningfully expands upon it. While the [...]

October 30, 2017 Arts and Life

Best pop, punk rock comeback albums of 2017

Lorde Lorde brings a lot to the table with her album “Melodrama,” her best effort yet. “Pure Heroine” was an interesting pop album with many shapes and sounds and it certainly stood alone in the pop genre. But, “Melodrama” succeeds [...]

October 30, 2017 Arts and Life

Guerrilla Girls present “The Art of Behaving Badly”

“Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?” A large, yellow poster spread across a teal-colored wall commands visitors’ attention to the fact that “less than 5% of the artists in the Modern Art sections are [...]

October 30, 2017 Arts and Life

The liberal arts means all voices matter

When I first arrived on campus two years ago, I clearly remember this odd feeling that I didn’t belong here. I couldn’t put my finger on it exactly, but I felt that the people around me didn’t understand where I’m [...]

October 30, 2017 Opinion, Staff Editorials

Sexual Assault on Campuses

At first glance, college campuses appear to be welcoming places to be an undergraduate student. The lurid atmosphere of the beautiful campuses, the welcoming college town, the small local businesses and all of the friendly faces proudly wearing their colleges’ [...]

October 29, 2017 Opinion