Day: March 26, 2014

Squirm carves out space for exploration of sex, sexuality

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 8 years ago

“People think that we sell porn,” said Rachael Johnson ’15, president of Squirm. “But it’s not pornographic—we have rules.” Squirm’s members implemented rules, which include no visible erect penises, no…

Ballet gracefully fuses traditional, innovative forms

By HECTOR FORTUN & MARIE SOLIS – 8 years ago

An opera singer stepped on stage in the Joyce Theater. Balls of light are scattered throughout. A single dancer enters, moving organically, yet precisely, grasping the small ball of green…

Beloved ‘Veronica Mars’ rebooted by fans

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

The very fact that “Veronica Mars” exists at all is remarkable. The new film is a continuation of the UPN television series, also titled “Veronica Mars,” which aired from 2004…

‘Divergent’ compelling despite romantic plot

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

Middle school is not a terribly happy time for most people. If there was one thing from those years worth returning to, however, that would be the inextricable giddiness brought…

Anderson offers charm, little substance

By HARRIS GURNEY – 8 years ago

I confess: I am often ambivalent when it comes to Wes Anderson. I might enjoy his movies’ campish charm and relish in their stylish decoration, but there always comes a…

The Misc Bedside Astrologer

By JEAN-LUC BOUCHARD – 8 years ago

Editor’s Note: Jean-Luc Bouchard spent a total of at least two hours studying and training in the art of astrological horoscope prediction. These horoscopes come directly from the cosmos and…

Seven necessary goals to achieve before graduating

By LILY DOYLE – 8 years ago

While I normally attempt to write my very real and never-in-any-way-fabricated diaries on a daily basis, my life over spring break was a little too jam-packed with joy and fun…