In this week’s podcast Student Life editors read and discuss stories submitted to our annual sex survey.
With only a short time between the planned campus reopening and the Lunar New Year Festival’s scheduled performance, the group has had to make changes to their process.
Sitting in the audience, I could not tell that the dancers had ever been gone.
The performance, senior Grace Meyers’ dance thesis, used the Goldilocks story to examine deeper human experiences.
“Dune,” released last month, was unquestionably one of the most anticipated movies of 2021. And it was enjoyable — but far from perfect. Here are the upsides and downsides to the three-hour movie.
Though corny, “She Kills Monsters”‘ humor and heart propel it over its missteps.
Over the last few weeks, I have sampled all three of Café Bergson’s special fall beverages. Here are my ratings.
After experimenting with outdoor theater last spring, the Performing Arts Department is back indoors this fall.
The barely-advertised movie is more than the sum of its Marvel-typical parts.
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