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November 2018

All posts published in November 2018

61 posts

The Family You Choose

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Lauren Fitzgerald, Arts & Entertainment Editor Winnie the Pooh once said, “Good friends will stick with you until you’re unstuck.” Well, he got stuck in honey trees and Rabbits hole many times. Despite his consistency of getting stuck, it was always ... More »

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“A Star is Born” Captures Hearts

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Lauren Fitzgerald, Arts & Entertainment Editor The story that A Star is Born holds is a tale as old as time. In fact, it has been told on four separate occasions: in 1937, 1954, 1976 and, now, 2018. Despite its numerous remakes, it never quite gets old. Ye... More »

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Did “Venom” Receive the Credit it Deserved?

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Tyler Cullen, Staff Writer It seems to be that there is, in general, a mixed consensus between both moviegoers and critics alike as to whether or not the movie Venom, produced by Sony, lived up to its expectations. Before delving into a review of what Venom di... More »

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Dancing my way through life

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Alicia Burrows Staff Writer My mom always tells me that I learned how to dance before I could even walk. While, obviously, I know that this is not true, I understand what her point is. I started taking creative dance classes when I was four and I fell in love.... More »

You Made it Here

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Dana Foley, Staff Writer Victims, or moreover survivors, of sexual assault have been prominent in the media lately. People’s anger of “victim blaming” and overlooking assault completely has hit home for people globally. One in four women and one in six m... More »

Soothing Sounds from Ladd and Thomas

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Katherine O’Neil, Staff Writer Just a man and his guitar. That is all that was needed to impress audiences Thursday, October 18th as Christopher Ladd took the stage in the Tsotsis Family Academic Center. Now a world-renowned classical guitarist, it is ha... More »

Behind Bars: Inequalities of the oppressed

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Maria Riberdy, Staff Writer Many Americans today feel as though we have made great strides towards equality for all, including people of color and immigrants. However it seems that all the steps we have taken to overcome our past mistakes is coming back to hau... More »

Assumption announces new partnership

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Celia Smith, Assistant Editor-In-Chief Cheers echoed through the Kelly Atrium this past Thursday as Larry Lucchino, current Chairman of the Pawtucket Red Sox and former President and CEO of the Boston Red Sox, spoke the words: “Today I am proud to announce, ... More »

Dining through the Decades

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Tiffany Chin, Staff Writer Many students on campus have many different opinions about Taylor Dining Hall. Whether it is positive, negative or somewhere in between, students love it when they do their themed dinners. It is always something to look forward to be... More »