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Funnyhouse of a Negro, directed by Tashi Hutchins ’17

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Tonight, curtains go up on Funnyhouse of a Negro, Tashi Hutchins ’17’s directorial debut. The one-act play is part of Hutchins’ theatre and dance Independent Study. Written by African-American playwright Adrienne Kennedy in 1964 during the Black Arts Movement, the play is an absurdist examination of racial identity. Kennedy was one […]

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Anderson .Paak, Showing The Way

However you may feel about the Grammys, they guarantee at least one positive thing each year: a great live performance. This year, the highlight performance belongs to A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak, who gave us not only a standout performance, but also a reminder to resist the increasingly ludicrous political climate in which […]

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Neil Gaiman’s ambitious Norse Mythology modernizes fables

Jared Berg Editor In Chief A beautifully and meticulously constructed collection of fantastical vignettes, Neil Gaiman’s latest work, Norse Mythology, provides satisfying and enthralling reading for both the casual and serious reader. Upon reading Norse Mythology, fans of Gaiman’s earlier works will revel in another masterful addition to his canon, and casual readers will enjoy […]

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Kehlani debuts with new album, SweetSexySavage

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer If you’ve been anywhere in the past couple weeks, you’ve probably seen soft pink and bright red paper hearts stapled to various walls and boards, and the clichéd “Be Mine!” phrase printed in cursive somewhere nearby. Yes, it’s Valentine’s season, the time for couples to show how much they love each […]

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SoundCloud give artists an excellent platform to share music

Nicklaus Wilcher Contributing Writer Picture yourself on your way home from the bus stop. You hear a dancehall horn off in the distance. The distinctive bouquet of school bus diesel is swiftly replaced with gas of another sort. You don’t remember what this peddler looked like, but you distinctly remember thinking his hydraulic-equipped green lowrider […]

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How Netflix Has Changed The Way We Live

Robert Dinkins, Jr. , an A&E Editor for the Voice, can be “Want to Netflix and Chill?” A quote known to perhaps everyone in our generation. Netflix, once known as a DVD in the mail service, is now more famous for their streaming service. Netflix has continued to revolutionize the entertainment industry by also producing […]

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