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To acquire wisdom, one must observe

Lucy Fay

I didn’t realize 1,321 days ago, when I first emailed an editor at The Hoot, that nearly four years later I would have to be writing them a final article. As I begin to write,...
I don’t know what the team behind “Civil War” was thinking when they designed the advertising campaign for this movie. Despite what every trailer, tagline and A24 mini-game may lead you to believe, this is...
Sean Bonnette, a founder and leading member of AJJ, spoke to me earlier this month from his home in Arizona. Throughout our conversation, it became clear that he was happier talking about many topics that...
On Tuesday, April 16, union and non-union Brandeis workers as well as students gathered and spoke outside the Bernstein-Marcus Administration Center. In attendance were between 40 and 60 people, the majority of whom are current...
“Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” was a surprise. Both because I had no idea this movie had been released until the day I watched it and because it was actually good. Very watchable. The sequel to a...
Tumblr, since its infancy, has been capitalistically dead in the water. Any and all attempts to increase its profitability directly leads to users leaving the app. No example of this is more infamous than the...
“Masters of the Air” (MOTA) is yet another big budget World War II show about bomber pilots. The nine-part biographical miniseries on Apple TV from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks treads well-worn grounds, yet creates...
Elliot Lozier and I stood beneath an awning, both underdressed for the unexpectedly snowy weather. We spoke outside Deep Cuts, a Medford music venue where I sprained my ankle just five months prior—moshing to one...
“The Passenger” is an excellent film released last year that has not gotten its deserved attention. This hyper-violent, often disturbing road trip movie is filled with non-stop excellent performances, complex, well-written characters and a thrilling...
“Yours Until the War is Over” is the fourth album released by Amigo the Devil, one of the most slept-on artists currently producing music. The album is a thematic continuation of Amigo’s past discography, and...

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