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Don’t Overthink It: Learning to Laugh at the Coup de Comedy

  Improv Revolution’s (iRev) Coup de Comedy Festival, their annual four-day fête for all things funny and improvised, delivered the usual itinerary of not-so off...

“The Man Who Killed the Cure” To Save the Sickness Industry

Last Saturday at the Robert Cohen Theatre, award-winning playwright Luke Yankee’s “The Man Who Killed the Cure” enjoyed its grand premier to the boom...

“Coriolanus” Traces the Drama of Democracy in the Wake of War

Vengeance. Politics. War. Love. These elements have fascinated storytellers since the dawn of history. And arguably none other than the Bard himself, William Shakespeare,...

ConTROLLING The Narrative

Recently, the buzzword problem of ‘fake news’ and President Donald Trump’s attacks on the fourth estate have called into confusion the role of journalism...

Buyer Beware: The Not-So-Smart Internet of Things

If there were ever a buzzword to capture the zeitgeist of the early teens of the 21st century, it would be the ubiquitous, now-hokey...

A Little Chat with Mr. Little Jeans

When performing synth-propelled brooding electro-pop on stage, singer/songwriter Monica Birkenese goes by Mr. Little Jeans. But, in the morning after a show, in a...

A Eulogy to Our Six Seconds of Fame

Here lies our beloved and precious Vine, social media platform for all things remixed, relatable and real. The app was pronounced dead on Oct....

Shocktoberfest: ASUCI’s Static, Stilted Standby

By Jared Alokozai Last Friday night, over 5,000 people crammed into the Bren Events Center to revel in ASUCI’s biggest fall quarter production, Shocktoberfest. Thanks...

Galleries Unite Tech, Feminism and Politics

By Jared Alokozai Last Saturday, Claire Trevor featured an array of gallery openings diverse enough to sate art-lovers’ appetites until Winter quarter. Two of these...

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