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Shakespeare Theatre’s Noura Is a Flawed but Powerful Do-over

Scott Suchman Heather Raffo’s Noura is a modern reinterpretation of Henrik Ibsen’s landmark A Doll’s House that shifts the original’s action from a respectable, bourgeois 19th century Norwegian living room to the contemporary New York City quarters of an unmoored Iraqi refugee family. The point, then as now, is the …

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Columbia Press

Previous | Index | Next Columbia Press Opinion Senior Moments Emma Edwards By Emma Edwards, Fridaycomma; February 23comma; 2018 We do a lot of reflecting as seniors, often around the why of our lives. I recently ran across the book “Find Your Why,” by Simon Sinek. It is a follow-up …

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The subversive body horror of

As is appropriate for a film intimately concerned with genesis, Alex Garland’s latest science fiction flick, Annihilation, starts at the very beginning — with an explanation of the origins of life. As explained by Lena, a former servicewoman and current biology professor played by Natalie Portman, life begins with a …

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Your Bearcat wants you to stick up for yourself

NWM Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2018 10:05 am | Updated: 10:07 am, Thu Feb 22, 2018. Your Bearcat wants you to stick up for yourself 0 comments “I just want a rich husband, so I don’t have to do anything,” said the girl next to me in class. Our professor told …

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