Massachusetts Daily Collegian

The Garden exhilarates audiences with ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’

The Garden exhilarates audiences with ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’

By Tyler Wyatt, Collegian Staff

April 18, 2018


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The Shears twins have developed a reputation for constantly creating on the cutting edge, but at their core they are a punk band.

An interview with Real Estate’s bass guitarist Alex Bleeker

An interview with Real Estate’s bass guitarist Alex Bleeker

By William Plotnick, Collegian Staff

April 18, 2018


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The two discuss their shared New Jersey roots, catch up on Bleeker’s life and delve into Real Estate’s new and more experimental sound.

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

By Lauren Crociati, Social Media Assistant

April 17, 2018


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Hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’ works to end suicide and spread awareness.

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

By Lauren Crociati, Collegian Staff

April 17, 2018


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Hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’ works to end suicide and spread awareness.

Pick Up for DIAL UP

Pick Up for DIAL UP

By Isaac Simon

April 10, 2018


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The newest product of Chicago’s underground rap collective on review.

The richness of family folklore

The richness of family folklore

By Nate Taskin, Assistant Arts Editor

April 9, 2018


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Every individual carries a rich legacy of migration and mythology.

‘A Quiet Place’ is gimmicky and obsessed with itself

‘A Quiet Place’ is gimmicky and obsessed with itself

By Charlie Turner, Collegian Staff

April 9, 2018


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Krasinski’s horror debut features brilliant performances, but a frustrating amount of forced narrative tension.