• arts and culture

    Wrestling with Men

    questions for max posner

    March 17, 2011
    article by Emma Johnson

      CAN YOU CONCENTRATE ON THE BABY AT HAND? I’m not a placemat. How’s the G73 coming? Slowly, but awesome. Yes, I’m crazy—but none of the aforementioned utterances have anything to do with that. Rather, they are Max Posner’s handpicked favorite lines from his play, The Famished, which opens this weekend in the brand spanking new Granoff Center […]

    Up Closer and Personal

    questions for sean patrick mcgowan

    March 11, 2011
    article by Emma Johnson

      Upon first meeting Sean Patrick McGowan Jr. (’12) in the Blue Room last Thursday, I was immediately struck by the general dreaminess of his appearance. With a head covered in floppy dark-chocolate-colored locks, the bone structure of all bone structures, and a smile that could launch a thousand ladies into a state of hypnotic […]

    With a Name Like Slonk Donkerson…

    it has to be:

    March 10, 2011
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    From “The Shire.” Slonk Donkerson is a band consisting of Parker Silzer ’12, Dylan VanDenHoeck and Zack O’Brien. They grew up together in a pristine slice of suburbia in NY called Pound Ridge, but Dylan warmly refers to it as “The Shire” because of its “lush and calm” nature. The band recorded a short EP Wyoma […]

    Under the Vulture’s Wing

    the scavenge for literary brilliance

    March 10, 2011
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    My boss slaps a four-hundred-fifty page manuscript in front of me on my first day. I catch my iced coffee before it slips through my hands, hoping my fear is not apparent in my slightly drooping jaw. “There are two main problems with this book,” she explains. “I want you to identify them. Then I’ll […]

    A Little Less Gleeful

    sophomore slumping

    March 10, 2011
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    Schuester’s hair isn’t as curly. Rachel’s star isn’t nearly as bright. And Brittany is, dare I say it, smarter? Along with our 2013ers, Glee is hardcore sophomore slumping. Where are Sue’s slaying one-liners? What’s with all the violence and alcohol? In the 15 episodes of Season Two, has anything even happened? Before our very eyes, Glee has […]