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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Television: “It’s Alive! With Brad” Diverging from the norm, I recommend a Bon Appétit YouTube series instead…

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Down in Lower Freeborn: Aggie Studios
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Down in Lower Freeborn: Aggie Studios

“Your Source for All Things Aggie” In the depths of Lower Freeborn Hall, the basement of the MU, lives the creative offices of ASUCD — each a different…

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Creative Freedom: The Musical Ingenuity of Solo Artists
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Creative Freedom: The Musical Ingenuity of Solo Artists

The bigger the waves, the smaller the band In 2009, a fourteen-year-old musician named Thebe Neruda Kgositsile (at the time known as “Sly Tendencies”) logged onto Myspace and…

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Shrem’s Last Third Thursday of the quarter
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Shrem’s Last Third Thursday of the quarter

Museum ends off with the theme Game On! The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art hosted its final Third Thursday event of the school year…

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Will Durkee’s Art Show in Review
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Will Durkee’s Art Show in Review

Fun, weird, psychedelic art on display at Delta of Venus On April 12, Bay Area artist and musician Will Durkee held an art opening at Delta of Venus…

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Earl Sweatshirt and Friends
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Earl Sweatshirt and Friends

Rapper’s concert left audience feeling like one of the gang Upon arriving to see Earl Sweatshirt in concert last Thursday, the energy and excitement manifested in the longest…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Television: “Derry Girls” If you’re not watching Netflix’s “Derry Girls,” you’re missing out on one the most…

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Couch Concert: Platonic Duets for Lovers
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Couch Concert: Platonic Duets for Lovers

Best friends sing love songs to each other Emma Ryan, a third-year political science major, and Matthew Gilbert, a third-year musicology major at UCLA, are best friends. And…

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Jordan Peele’s “Us” through the scope of W.E.B. Du Bois
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Jordan Peele’s “Us” through the scope of W.E.B. Du Bois

Du Bois’s social theory weaves itself in and out of Peele’s sophomore film   Spoiler alert: This article discusses “Us” and therefore reveals information you may not want…

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Student Book Clubs
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Student Book Clubs

Reading can be fun For college students, reading books is so much a part of the academic routine that it sometimes becomes associated with stress and deadlines instead…

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EC Presents: Battle of the Bands
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EC Presents: Battle of the Bands

Watch, judge seven local bands competing for time slots in upcoming music events ASUCD Entertainment Council is set to host a “Battle of the Bands” competition on April…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, novels and music Television: “Shrill”   This Hulu series premiered on March 15 and has been praised for its stark…

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Review: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?
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Review: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Eillish gives us power, innocence in her first album 17-year-old Billie Eillish emerged as a star quickly and suddenly. There seems to have been an abrupt transition between…

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Review: “Queer Eye”
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Review: “Queer Eye”

Season three churns out more feel-good content The third season of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” was released on March 15 with eight joyful, uplifting and unapologetically sappy episodes. The…

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Wake the Funk Up Granola!
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Wake the Funk Up Granola!

Student business provides new sustainable way to snack Best friends Cielle Watjen Brown, a fourth-year wildlife fish conservation and biology major, and Ruby Baruth, a fourth-year environmental science…

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