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UTC’s ‘Mamma Mia’ puts a new spin on a classic

In the interest of transparency, I’ll start this article with a brief disclaimer. I have been critiquing, and sometimes creating, student theater for five years. Despite the skepticism I sometimes face when discussing it, I… Read More...

Hot Dad embraces the void

It’s 2019, and no one is more logged-on than Hot Dad. In the wasteland of Youtubers making music hides an odd gem. Dancing in front of a green screen in poorly fitting outfits and making… Read More...

Gaspar Noe’s Pulsing, Claustrophobic ‘Climax’ is a Bottled Anxiety Attack

So the first time I saw “Climax,” I had an anxiety attack. From what I understand, you’re not supposed to take a drug like LSD solo, and I’d say the same goes for seeing this… Read More...

“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”—first impressions

If you’ve ever played any of the Dark Souls games, then you know what to expect from From Software: Challenging but extremely engaging gameplay. And their new action RPG, “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is nothing… Read More...

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper, recently won the BEAM Competition for Springfest 2019 student performer. I sat down with the artist—also known as Tré Warner ’22—and discussed his music, career and getting to share a stage… Read More...

“A No No” remix receives mixed reviews amongst unexpected collaboration

Last week, Mariah Carey finally released her remix of “A No No,” one of her latest singles from her 15th studio album “Caution.” The song features British rapper Stefflon Don and is rumored to hint… Read More...

Thank U, Latex: a unique Brandeis tradition

Another year, another Liquid Latex. Nineteen years in and the Brandeis tradition of stripping down to our bottoms and plastering ourselves in latex paint is going stronger than ever. Nothing says campus diversity quite like… Read More...

In “Us,” Jordan Peele Unleashes His Apocalyptic Pessimism

Few endings are as gratifying as the conclusion of “Get Out.” Our hero, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) finally, well, gets out (with some unexpected help from a friend). But this crowd-pleasing closure was writer/director Jordan Peele’s… Read More...

“Nature’s Nation” exhibit examines American art

Most art museums don’t really try to explore the origins of their pieces. They leave them up on the wall with just a few scraps of information—leaving it up to us to piece together their… Read More...

‘Love, Death and Robots’ is Netflix garbage

I haven’t watched TV for almost a year. That’s only a slight exaggeration—I haven’t really gotten into any TV shows since “The Americans” went off the air. I used to love television, but I feel… Read More...
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