Art takes on a new form of expression

April 21, 2017

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By Alexandra Codella '17 Therapy is known as a treatment to help express and deal with mental o1r psychological disorders, but why do people underestimate the power of art therapy? Art therapy is a method using painting, drawing or modelin...

New obsession causes cringes

April 21, 2017

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By Jules Moskowitz ’17 Why do people enjoy watching disgusting, pimple-popping videos? The famous Instagram account, @drpimplepopper has 2.3 million followers and currently contains 3,140 video posts of Sandra Lee (the pimple p...

Which Movies Can Make Me Cry?

April 21, 2017

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By Dylan Lepre '19 Movies can manipulate emotions like it’s nobody’s business. They can make you cry, make you laugh, make you scream and many other things. However, there is some staunch opposition against some of the m...

Dobrev’s return could revive dying ‘Vampire Diaries’

By Sara Amil, Arts & Culture Section Editor

March 5, 2017

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It’s no secret that two years ago “The Vampire Diaries” was one of the hottest shows on TV, but when you ask people about it now they’ll  respond with a blank expression. The show maintained a strong following throughout t...

Diversity controversy persists in Hollywood blockbusters

March 3, 2017

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By Dylan Lepre ’19 Vicious harassment, 24/7 news coverage, talks of boycotts. Is this some global crisis? No; It’s simply what the new “Ghostbusters” movie went through from the beginning of its production to its eventual ...

Just in case you aren’t ‘satisfied’ with ‘Hamilton

January 20, 2017

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By Olivia Ritter '17 The year of 2016 proved to be the year of “Hamilton.” The rap/hip-hop phenomenon centered around the first Secretary of the Treasury revolutionized Broadway and music fanatics everywhere. So when creator Lin...

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