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This piece is part of a series on “Art during COVID,” an exploration of art forms to keep our idle minds creative during this pandemic. With many of us at home, our minds have ample time to wander, wonder and create.

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This piece is part of a series on “Art during COVID,” an exploration of art forms to keep our idle minds creative during this pandemic. With many of us at home, our minds have ample time to wander, wonder, and create.

Yeezus

Surely the Second Coming of "Yeezus" is At Hand 

By Cassandra Dawn on December 3, 2018

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most students to leave campus and social distancing has kept us in our homes, we all have more time on our hands to pick up a new book, listen to a podcast or watch a few episodes (fine, seasons) of a television show. 

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The funny thing is, oranges aren’t really even in season right now. Yet lately I can’t seem to get enough of them.

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Tayarisha Poe’s debut feature film “Selah and the Spades” is an ancient, familiar story. It’s about legacy and vice. It’s about power — how you get it, how you keep it, how you lose it.

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A driver’s ed. instructor, a hair stylist, a magpie and a rock star meet in a haunted mansion during a Satanic ritual. This sounds like a bad joke, right? Wrong. It’s “Extra Ordinary.”

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So many of our childhoods are made up of Disney movies. How could you forget the first time you watched Aladdin and Jasmine soaring on a magic carpet, Ariel passionately singing “Part of Your World” or even Tarzan seeing Jane for the first time?

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Music, Theatre & Dance professor Matthew Albert is the former violinist of the Grammy award-winning contemporary classical music ensemble Eighth Blackbird and serves as the current chair of the Department of Chamber Music in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

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“Beauty and the Baker” is an American TV show about the love story between a rugged Cuban-American baker and a headstrong supermodel.