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Arts & Entertainment

Theater

Senior studio projects reimagine theater

Ann BasuRAISE YOUR VOICE: Holden Turner ’21 and Jae-Min Yoo ’19 perform in “Puberty II.” Beginning this week, the Department of Theater and Dance will present a selection of senior studio projects in Memorial Hall’s Wish Theater and in other spaces across campus.

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The Aux Cord

Coming soon to Ivies: D.R.A.M.

Alex Burns Ah, yes. It is finally spring, when flowers begin to rise from the frozen earth and the temperature reaches a mildly comfortable 55 degrees at least once a week. But even more exciting than the return of life to the region is the arrival of Ivies weekend, when solo cups litter the quad and the music world’s best grace the stage of Farley Field House.

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On PolarFlix

On PolarFlix: ‘The Social Network’

Phoebe Zipper Welcome to the third week of On PolarFlix, a column meant to do exactly what it sounds like: review films on Bowdoin Student Government (BSG)’s movie streaming service, PolarFlix. This week, in keeping with the news, we are looking back at David Fincher’s “The Social Network” (2010).

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Poetry

Amal Kassir: activist, empathist, poet

Ann Basu There are activists, there are storytellers and there’s Amal Kassir. Unapologetic in her poignant dissections of humanity, the Denver-born, Syrian-American spoken-word poet calls herself an “empathist.” Her Thursday night performance in Kresge Auditorium, sponsored by the Muslim Students Association, presented personal recounts on war, race and religion.

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