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Us (movie review)

Point one finger, and you’ll have three pointed right back at you. Jordan Peele’s latest film, titled Us, is a wildly inventive horror film that premiered...

10 day dive into the heart of Israeli and Palestinian conflict

Young, vibrant, and lively Tel Aviv. Old, heavy, and traditional Jerusalem. Practical, humble, and industrial Haifa. Our tour guide, Amir, told us every...

Calendar

week of 3.25.19 - 3.31.19 CMU Art Lecture: Tavares Strachan (CFA 300) 3.26.19 6:30 - 8 p.m. Carnegie Mellon Chamber Series: “Romantic Embarkment” (Kresge...

Movies in McConomy

This week, Bohemian Rhapsody will be screening in McConomy. This film was also reviewed in a previous issue. This was one of the most disappointing films...

Kevin Kwan at the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

This past weekend, the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival took over the Cultural District. Hosted by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon’s very...

A Doll's House, Part 2

The Pittsburgh Theater’s latest show, A Doll’s House, Part 2, is an excellent play dealing with the themes of choice, consequence, and responsibility....

Border (Gräns) Review

On rare occasions, you watch a film that is so unique and different from everything else you’ve seen, that even if you don’t know what to think, it sticks...

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