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Karen Z. Song

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Arts

Impressions: The Duality of Bass, Multi-instrumentality, and Discovering Indie-Folk Artists on Spotify with Ben J. Dreier ‘22-23

I just have a lot more fun with music in college now.

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Arts

Life Alive Harvard Square

Life Alive is a Boston-area chain of cafes that serve organic, plant-based dishes.

Life Alive Harvard Square
Arts

What a Time to be Alive: Spring Comes Early in Harvard Square with Life Alive

Nothing could be more timely than the opening of Harvard Square’s newest establishment and blackhole for college student dollars: Life Alive.

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Arts

Impressions: Vintage Fashion, Jazz Music, and “Dad Rock” with Lana R. Wagner ‘25

I find it very satisfying to take this physical media and representation of art and put all this care into queuing up the vinyl, making sure the audio sounds right, and then playing it on air.

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Music

‘Solar Power (Deluxe Edition)’ Review: Closing the Chapter on Lorde’s Golden Age

The two bonus tracks on the deluxe edition of “Solar Power” are just the vibes we need as we wrap up 2021.

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Theater

Revamping Wardrobes at Boston University’s Wheelock Family Theatre’s Halloween Costume Sale

For many young actors, the lingering effects from being in isolation remain as actors return back to the black box.

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Arts

Top Five: Celebrity Halloween Costumes

With the combined powers of designer wardrobes and the best makeup artists money can buy, celebrities put forward their best Halloween looks

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On Campus

On Anderson Cooper’s ‘Vanderbilt’: Extravagance and the American Elite

“I think it’s really monumental that the true story of the Vanderbilt family is being rewritten by a gay man, a single father,” he said.

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