By Katrina Liu What makes a song a classic? What makes a band a classic? Why does it seem like we come out of the womb knowing all the words to some songs? I’m not sure of any of the answers to the above questions, but I do know Oasis is considered one of the […]

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By Andrew Harwood Culture is a significant entity that stands as the makeup of one’s background and lifestyle. Culture is pride, worth and humanity. Culture has been at the forefront of the film industry for quite some time. Since it is Black History Month, it only seems fitting to discuss a film that celebrates Black […]

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By Andrew Harwood Given that this is my final post for the semester, I want to continue my streak of delivering to my audience a list for their consideration. I’ve already listed my 10 must-see films, and for this post I’ll shift my focus to my favorite underrated films.  Now, I understand some of these […]

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By Emma Simonoff It’s commonly accepted that most romantic comedies don’t take place in our world. They break too many rules. They’re a kind of magical realism, which is most easily explained if you can look at romantic comedies as fantasy movies, or even as science fiction. Impossibilities can be coincidences — anyone in love […]

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By Andrew Harwood When it comes to film, something that can be universally agreed upon is the impression a well-made picture leaves behind. Maybe it’s the combination of impeccable acting, clever cinematography, a great script and even greater editing that further pulls you into the feature, but a well-made film stands as the ultimate achievement […]

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By Shaun Robinson I think the first time I realized how the coronavirus might change my study abroad experience in London this spring was when I went to a Brexit celebration.  It was, in fact, the Brexit celebration, organized and headlined by the Brexit politician, Nigel Farage, on the night of the United Kingdom’s departure […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis After reading Amanda Foreman’s “Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire,” for my British history course, I have been wondering what my life would be like if I were an 18th century British duchess. “Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire” chronicles the life of Georgiana Cavendish, a charismatic socialite who used her underrated intelligence and her husband’s, […]

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This year’s presidential race falls somewhere between “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “60 Minutes:” a reality show with a sense of scrutiny, authority and importance. Perhaps it is simply because I am older and more cognitively aware, but it seems like this year, American citizens are more vocal than ever about their extreme likes […]

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A night out at the theater is the perfect way to do something new with friends and unwind after a long week. Plus, you get some pretty nice discounts if you’re a university student. Whether you’re a die-hard theater fanatic or just simply curious, the shows hitting Boston’s Theater District this season will not disappoint. […]

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