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Campus and community unite for Longfellow Days

Courtesy of Curtis Memorial LibraryCELEBRATING LONGFELLOW: Poet Gary Lawless (center), dressed as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, poses with Manager of Adult Services at Curtis Memorial Library Sarah Brown and poet Patty Sparks during Longfellow Days. This month, poet and co-owner of Gulf of Maine Books Gary Lawless will once again don his Henry Wadsworth Longfellow costume and roam the town reciting poetry to passersby.

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The academics of dance: students perform class projects

Ann BasuSTEP UP: Last week, Lucia Gagliardone ’20 performed her final class project, which she choreographed. She also designed the costume, lighting and sound for her performance. The dance department’s annual December show allows students, both novice and advanced, to show off their skills in dance, choreography and staging.

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The Aux Cord

On ‘DAMN.,’ Lamar sidesteps expectations, spews self-doubt

Kayla Snyder Kendrick Lamar’s first mistake was releasing “DAMN.” on Good Friday. Fan theories blew up. The first about Easter Sunday, predicting a “second coming” and a second album on Easter Sunday. Then Lamar’s producer Sounwave tweeted “But what if I told you … that’s not the official version …” with a picture of Morpheus from “The Matrix.” A new theory, this one involving red pills and blue pills emerged, again predicting a second album.

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