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Preview of Theatre Production “The Wolves”

Katie Anne Gannon, Contributing Writer
November 17, 2019

For thousands of years and in a variety of cultures and traditions, wolves have symbolized loyalty. The University of New Haven’s production of “​The Wolves” captures those values to the core. Director Jonathan Yukich, lecturer and co-coordinator of the school’s theater program, said he was inspired after seeing the production in 2017 at New York’s Lincoln Center. “There’s a lot...

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Release of “Jesus is King” Proves There’s No Keeping Up with Kanye

Ria Maisonet, Contributing Writer
November 16, 2019

Finally, the album we’ve been waiting for has arrived— except it’s not at all what we wanted. If you thought the days of lyrics like “whoopdity scoop” were bad, wait until you hit play on “Jesus Is King.” It seems that in the new era of Kanye, the man cannot be mentioned without having some sort of controversy following. His latest studio album sparks backlash for its unabashedly...

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Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson Release Makeup Kits

Idelis Pizarro, Contributing Writer
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Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson have recently come up with a conspiracy — the Conspiracy makeup collection, that is. Dawson had been teasing about an upcoming documentary series with Star, which left people questioning what’s going to happen in this series this time. The first part of the series was released on Oct. 1. If you enjoyed or got to see Dawson’s original documentary with Star,...

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Review: French Exit by Patrick DeWitt

Rebecca Tatera, Contributing Writer
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In true fashion of the whimsical and eccentric novel, French Exit by Patrick DeWitt, I feel it’s only fair to explain how I acquired this novel. On a recent trip to Paris while studying at the Prato Campus, I bought the novel from Shakespeare and Company along the Seine. I had no intention of buying anything from Shakespeare & Co. I only went to browse and see the well-known cat who lives...

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Hulu Adaptation of “Looking For Alaska”

Jennifer Cirigliano, Contributing Writer
November 16, 2019

John Green is a New York Times best-selling author. His books, “The Fault in Our Stars” and “Paper Towns” were adapted for film, and “Looking for Alaska” recently joined the mix as a Hulu series. Green’s latest tale is about a teenager, Miles Halter, who later gets nicknamed Pudge.That’s ironic, considering he’s skinny and tall. Played by Charlie Plummer, Miles has a strange obsession...

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Stumped for Halloween? Get Some Ideas from the Stars!

Emma Janofsky, Contributing Writer
October 29, 2019

If you’re looking for a last-minute costume, look no further than celebrity Halloween costumes.  Halloween has been celebrated in America for hundreds of years, but the idea of dressing up has been popularized in media through movies, TV shows, and celebrities. Costumes range from pop culture icons to sexy versions of modern-day careers and are available for all ages and all sizes. The Kardashians...

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