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Imagining Immigration: Entering Into the Lives of Migrants of the French-Speaking World

Imagining Immigration: Entering Into the Lives of Migrants of the French-Speaking World

Curated by Professor Alexandra Gueydan- Turek, an Associate Professor of French Studies and Francophone Studies, with contributions from students in Bande dessinée and “Cinéma Africains,” Imagining Immigration is a current…

Mercury Fur Brings Violence, Beauty to the Stage

Mercury Fur Brings Violence, Beauty to the Stage

Mercury Fur is a cruel show. Well-acted by a small ensemble and beautifully designed, it has a vivid, ugly center. Set in a dystopian North Philly, its protagonist, Elliot, survives…

Voices of Argentina in Film

Voices of Argentina in Film

Leticia El Halli Obeid is an Argentinian artist and filmmaker who has made a series of shorts exploring the role of language and media in Latin America’s history of colonization…

The Wilma’s Hamlet: A Unique, Visually Stunning Production

The Wilma’s Hamlet: A Unique, Visually Stunning Production

Few audiences have the chance to see a superb production of Hamlet, but even fewer have the opportunity to see a black woman play the title role in a truly breathtaking…

Is Ending Rape Possible? Keith Edwards Thinks So

Is Ending Rape Possible? Keith Edwards Thinks So

“We talk a lot about individuals, but what can we do as a campus, as a community?” This was the question raised by Kaaren Williamsen, Title IX Coordinator, in a…

Ruth Ozeki Discusses Storytelling, Superpowers, and Serendipity

Ruth Ozeki Discusses Storytelling, Superpowers, and Serendipity

Last Thursday, Ruth Ozeki delivered a reading coupled with a talk and a Q&A panel about her latest novel, A Tale for the Time Being. This event was funded by…

Nightwish’s New Album is Top-Shelf with Endless Replay Value

Nightwish’s New Album is Top-Shelf with Endless Replay Value

Now that’s I’m talking about. Endless Forms Most Beautiful, the newest album from Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, is their best album since 2004’s Once.  The band seems rejuvenated and…

BREAKING: Valerie Smith Drops Unexpected 5th Studio Album

BREAKING: Valerie Smith Drops Unexpected 5th Studio Album

Incoming president Valerie Smith unexpectedly dropped her fifth studio album, Valerie, and quickly climbed the Billboard Album Charts, hitting number one in eighty-nine countries, including Swaziland and Tunisia (two countries…

Here In My Garden Showcases History’s Most Fearsome Women

Here In My Garden Showcases History’s Most Fearsome Women

It’s not common to see a flirtatious musical swordfight between two time traveling women, but Here In My Garden is an incredibly ambitious production. Featuring eight different “warrior women” who…

White House Film Festival Emphasizes K-12 Arts Education

White House Film Festival Emphasizes K-12 Arts Education

On Friday, the White House invited The Daily Gazette to cover the 2nd Annual White House Film Festival hosted by President Obama, the American Film Institute, and Participant Media. “It’s…

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