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My favorite female directed films

By Ashviny Kaur, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

For as long as I can remember, I was raised on movies. Some of my fondest childhood memories revolve around my dad and I watching movies together, from horror movies, chick-flicks, mysterious thrillers...

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Five women on being in a male-dominated major

By Laleh Panahi, Collegian Contributor March 31, 2022

Zeina Zahoori, freshman | Computer Science How has your experience been in CS so far? It’s been challenging, but it’s also fun to problem solve, and I enjoy collaborating with peers. [Computer...


Review: Olivia Rodrigo’s documentary ‘driving home 2 u’

By Nic Roy, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

The musical artist documentary has started to become a genre of its own in recent years. In the past two years, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish and Kanye West have all allowed glimpses into their life that...

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Kate Bush and the music of female imagination

By Kelly McMahan, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

“How long do you think before she’ll go out, woman? / Hey, get up on your feet and go get it now / Like it not, we keep bouncing back,” Kate Bush sings in “Room for the Life” the 12th track from...

Strong female characters in the ‘Star Wars’ universe

Strong female characters in the ‘Star Wars’ universe

By Shannon Moore, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

Since the beginning of the “Star Wars” universe in the 1970s, the science-fiction saga spanning over several decades has maintained its hold on viewers. Over the years, “Star Wars” has not only...

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Does ‘Kill Bill’ still hold up as a feminist film?

By Will Duffy, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

The “Kill Bill” films are widely hailed as extraordinary pieces of cinema. The series has it all: breathtaking fight scenes, gorgeous cinematography, captivating storylines, and at its center, The...

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Charli XCX’s fight for artistic autonomy in the pop industry has made her one of the genre’s most exciting artists

By Nic Roy, Collegian Contributor March 31, 2022

Anyone who has listened to the radio in the past 10 years may know British pop singer Charli XCX from her extremely commercially successful collaborations with Iggy Azalea and Icona Pop, “Fancy” and...

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Artist Spotlight: Grace Kerlin

By Julia King, Collegian Correspondent March 31, 2022

Managing all the responsibilities that come with attending college can be overwhelming as a freshman, especially with the additional role of being an aspiring musician. But communications major and rising...

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25 Years of ‘Good Will Hunting:’ A tribute to Boston

By Ashviny Kaur, Collegian Staff March 30, 2022
Why ‘Good Will Hunting’s’ setting is so important.
Artist Spotlight: The Baxbys

Artist Spotlight: The Baxbys

By Astghik Dion, Head Arts Editor March 29, 2022

all photos by Astghik Dion I didn’t realize just how many people in their early 20s can fit into one basement until I had to repeatedly wipe the fog off my camera lens, due to the heat and humidity...

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Tame Impala takes Boston to a dimension untethered from time and space

By Caitlin Reardon and Shanti Furtado March 29, 2022

Tame Impala’s “The Slow Rush Tour” was representative of the shift in hope that the Boston community has long yearned for since the COVID-19 pandemic hit: a glimpse of normalcy. Ticket holders...

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‘After Yang’ is an invigorating take on a  science-fiction family drama

By Scott Lerer, Collegian Staff March 29, 2022

“After Yang” is a touching and unique family drama woven in a science-fiction narrative. Directed by South Korean-both filmmaker Kogonada, the film was included within the Un Certain Regard category...

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