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<i>Designated Survivor</i>: Your New Favorite Show

Designated Survivor: Your New Favorite Show

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03/14/2017

I get it. Politics are dramatic enough in reality, and already seem to be infiltrating every aspect of your life. So, the last thing you want to do is watch a TV show categorized as a “political drama.” But once you watch an episode of Designated Survivor, you will change your mind. The series invites…

<i>Logan</i> Isn’t Afraid to Break New Ground

Logan Isn’t Afraid to Break New Ground

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03/03/2017

Logan, the newest X-Men movie from director James Mangold, delivers the best send off to Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine that fans could have hoped for. It’s no secret that Fox’s X-Men franchise has had its ups, downs, and outright flops, but Logan, like last year’s Deadpool, offers a fresh take on a superhero genre that has…

MLB Season Preview

MLB Season Preview

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03/02/2017

In this MLB season preview, we’re predicting the division winners and the outcome of the World Series, even though spring training just started. There are a lot of well-matched teams at the top, but we think it’s the Red Sox’s year: their pitching, matched with a handful of improved players, and an offense that is…

CV: The Orwells, <i>Terrible Human Beings</i>

CV: The Orwells, Terrible Human Beings

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03/01/2017

At first glance, Terrible Human Beings, The Orwells’ latest album, has all the makings of a cult classic. The title is shameless, the cover art screams 90’s alternative with its platinum-blonde Uma Thurman look-a-like, and the track list promises chaos with songs like “They Put A Body In The Bayou” and “M.A.D.” All of these…

ImprovFest Charms with Wit and Talent

ImprovFest Charms with Wit and Talent

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02/25/2017

Last week’s ImprovFest featured 7 schools and spanned the course of 2 nights. On Friday, the schools that performed included George Mason University, George Washington University, and Georgetown’s two teams, the Improv Association and GUerilla Improv. Saturday night featured New York University, Ohio State University, Duke University, Columbia University, and once again, Georgetown’s Improv Association,…

Ballet Documentaries Celebrate Passion and Life

Ballet Documentaries Celebrate Passion and Life

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02/21/2017

Dance is making a dazzling comeback in American popular culture.  La La Land, for example, incorporates infectious tap numbers that remind us of beloved movie musicals like Singin’ in the Rain.  In these types of movies, though, dance is just one component that complements the singing and acting executed by performers.  In other cases, dance…

A Case for the Classics: <i>City Lights</i>

A Case for the Classics: City Lights

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02/17/2017

In City Lights (1931), one of Charlie Chaplin’s most celebrated films, the Little Tramp does what he does best: finds himself in ridiculous situations. The plots of Chaplin films are hardly essential; his films are watched for their slapstick humor and the funny, familiar face of the lovable Little Tramp. In City Lights the Tramp…

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