Day: October 30, 2013

Fall dramas succeed when taking risks

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

Continuing from last week’s coverage of fall’s new comedies, this week I’ll be looking at the season’s new dramas. Like last week, I’m skipping over shows that have already been…

Anger can be cathartic for the oppressed

By AJA SAALFELD – 8 years ago

There is something that needs to be made clear—oppressed people hating their oppressors is not hate speech. It’s not violence, and it does not cause any real harm. The entire…

Jonze’s Her personifies the inanimate

By HARRIS GURNY – 8 years ago

Think about how many hours a day you spend glued to your computer or your phone; we are attached to technology to the extent that our gizmos aren’t mere objects,…

12 Years tackles the dark realities of slavery

By MARGARET YAP – 8 years ago

It is a well-known belief that history tends to repeat itself, for better or for worse. So how, you might ask, can we stop from remaking the mistakes of the…

Organist discovers camaraderie in Camerata community

By MATTHEW MCCARDWELL – 8 years ago

Just seven weeks ago, Patrick Walker ’16 started his position as conductor of the student-run Baroque orchestra and choir, Vassar Camerata. Walker worked as an assistant to former conductor Michael…