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2013 in arts and culture: MUSE reflects

2013 in arts and culture: MUSE reflects

Best new Boston bite: Braised beef dumplings blowing up By Brooke Jackson-Glidden Vegetarians, I’m sorry: you’re […]

‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ gives gloomy portrayal of ‘60s folk movement

Inside Llewyn Davis will not cause anyone any mental distress. It won’t blow anyone away or garner […]

Disney’s ‘Frozen’: A frosty fairytale with feminist twist

Disney’s ‘Frozen’: A frosty fairytale with feminist twist

Three years ago, it would have been ridiculous for Rapunzel and her compatriots to dream of […]

Learning by way of the stage

Learning by way of the stage

Diversifying the college experience through the performing arts Kathryn Vaz, now a College of Communication sophomore, […]

REVIEW: Film “Philomena” breaks cliché movie mold with great expertise

REVIEW: Film “Philomena” breaks cliché movie mold with great expertise

It sounds like it could be a cliché, but Philomena, directed by Stephen Frears, by no […]

The FreeD: Creativity without compromise

The FreeD: Creativity without compromise

New milling tool developed by MIT researchers may have wide implications in oil, art and medical […]

INTERVIEW: Oscar Isaac of new Coen brothers’ film,“Inside Llewyn Davis”

INTERVIEW: Oscar Isaac of new Coen brothers’ film,“Inside Llewyn Davis”

When Oscar Isaac agreed to take on the titular role in the Coen brothers’ newest film, Inside […]

The Hunger Games trilogy heats up with newest film, “Catching Fire”

The Hunger Games trilogy heats up with newest film, “Catching Fire”

To say that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a step up from the first installment of the […]

Creativity comes to a halt in the classroom

We’re in need of some glitter glue — creativity in students has decreased over the past […]

Seeing life through a different lens

Seeing life through a different lens

Boston-based study shows majority of hemianopia patients prefer peripheral prism glasses to help them get around. […]