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Perhaps not Broadway-ready, but an enjoyable evening nonetheless

Last weekend, The Two Orphans, penned by Theresa Rebeck (M.A. '83, M.F.A. '86, Ph.D. 89) with music by Kim D. Sherman and lyrics by Rebeck and John Sheehy (M.F.A. 89), began its world-premier run as… Read More...

Staff Favorites

Dave Ostrowksy Sports Movie: Wedding Crashers and War of the Worlds Book: Life and Death of Lou Gehrig Song: I enjoyed everything Beck Holden Copy Plays: UTC productions – Proof by David Auburn (Dir. Adam… Read More...

These Queens arent Through the Woods Yet

No one knows exactly how Queens of the Stone Age truly managed to capture the mainstream music world and rise to the top of the heap of modern hard rock. Most modern mainstream rock tends… Read More...

Gingerbread Lady doesnt crumble

Neil Simons The Gingerbread Lady played in the Shapiro Theater Nov. 17-20. The show was presented by the Hillel Theater Group and directed by Kenny Fuentes 08. Songs by Dean Martin and Louis ArmstrongElla Fitzgerald… Read More...

A little pride and my prejudice

It really says something about the state of my hometown that absolutely no one save me and two friends were in the theater to see the evening showing of Pride & Prejudice on its nationwide… Read More...

Whats shakin in the wizarding world?

As a Harry Potter fan myself, Im familiar with the crazy psyched feeling that comes with the arrival of the newest book or, in this case, movie. But with the movies, its a slightly different… Read More...

What stories they will tell

This is the story of how we begin to remember; This is the powerful pulsing of love in the veins… –Paul Simon It was my privilege this semester to go with my Yiddish class to… Read More...

Be a patriot: spike your thanksgiving turkey

November once again comes to a close. We say goodbye to it with puffy eyes and a tear dripping down our noses, because by this point in the year it is way too cold not… Read More...

MITs Star Wars – The Trilogy: The Musical takes the audience down the dark side

You would think MIT had it made when they secured the rights to perform the world premiere of Star Wars – The Trilogy: The Musical. MIT, a Massachusetts educational staple, had the cutting edge technology… Read More...

Beanie Baby

Authors Note: This is a true story; only the names have been changed. It is not meant to express an opinion; merely to present a glimpse into a human life. MNICA: My name is Mnica.… Read More...
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