By Jane Kelley, Muse Staff Writer David Wain’s new movie, Wanderlust, follows George (Paul Rudd) and Linda, (Jennifer Aniston) a newly married couple who, upon finding themselves suddenly unable to pay for their shoebox apartment in New York City, decide to move to a hippie community called Elysium. The couple must adjust to life in […]

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By Thomas Smyth, Muse Staff Writer Sleigh Bells made an immediate impact when they burst on the scene with 2010’s Treats. Treats is a ridiculous album: loud guitar riffs backed by programmed rap beats and samples, lead singer Alexis Krauss cooing nigh on indecipherable bubblegum hooks, all produced to within an inch of its life […]

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By Mel Papalcure, Muse Staff Writer On Thursday, March 1 from 6-8 p.m. on the 5th floor of Mugar, students have the opportunity to through original scripts, notes, drawings, photographs, promotional material and memorabilia that will broaden their understanding of a classic Terry Gillam film.

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By Bryan Sih, Muse Staff Writer I’ve been growing increasingly alarmed when my peers explain a movie they want to shoot, and they say “I want everything to be handheld.” My first response is always, “Why?” to which they respond with something to the effect of, “I want a documentary look, I want the film […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Features Associate Editor–Blog Hailing from just across the pond, Sofiya is the FreeP’s resident foreigner. Though she doesn’t have an accent, making it super awkward when you see on her Facebook that she’s from England, but then she speaks like an American. Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything…

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By Kimberly Clark, Daily Free Press Staff Writer Unless you live under a rock, I’m sure that you, or at least someone you know, owns a smartphone. We love our smartphones; they are a cellphone, computer, ipod, GPS system and PDA all rolled into one compact device. Let’s not forget about those apps. From work-related […]

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