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'Iphigenia' remains relevant, grapples with anti-war themes

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BY COSMO PAPPAS

If literature is written in the confluence of historical, political and social forces, then “Iphigenia” is no exception

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MUSKET performs 'Into the Woods' like never before

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BY ALEX BERNARD

Seeing that child trip over a tree root and distantly wondering if she’ll fall in the shower when she’s 82, and will she break her hip? And who will help her?

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Erika Harwood: Let's get it trending

BY ERIKA HARWOOD

Would I wear a bubble shirt, the itchy, one-size-fits-all top that reached its peak around the same time “Lizzie McGuire” did, in 2015? No, because I’m not an insane person.

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Straight to the Point: The Vagina Monologues

BY GRACE HAMILTON

“It’s fun and different and shocking,” Franklin said. “There’s so much I wouldn’t have thought to talk to people about until seeing this play.

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Out with the shorts, dudes

BY ANDREW MCCLURE

Calves are, in the main, on dudes, gross to look at ... so are legs.

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Kathleen Davis: The problem with celebrities in art

BY KATHLEEN DAVIS

The Bjork disaster exemplifies a problem that has been creeping into modern art for quite some time: When a big name is behind the art, it becomes too easy to lean on the celebrity and not the content, leaving much to be desired for the viewer.

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Daily Book Review: 'Satin Island' follows postmodernism

BY KARL WILLIAMS

McCarthy’s newest novel, “Satin Island,” bears testament to his ability and place as a writer of the avant-garde.

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Ann Arbor Palestine Film Festival seeks to educate community about Palestine

BY COSMO PAPPAS

But from even the point of funding and production, there is no way to not consider the geopolitical and historical implications that Palestinian cultural production carries and presents.

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Men! Men! Men! dissects gender construction through dance

BY GRACE HAMILTON

A fetishized bicycle, spiked high heels, decadent strings of pearls and football uniforms ...

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Taubman Spring Break teaches real-world applications for architecture students

BY CAROLINE FILIPS

Months prior to each Spring Break, the college’s Career Services Coordinator Beth Berenter is hard at work, serving as a liaison between students and architecture firms.

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