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From the moment the five members of Black Kids set off in their animated roller coaster car into the terrifying

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Visiting professor Jonathan N. Lipman ’69 spoke to a room of 30 students last night in the Lowell Junior Common

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To say that Wavves’ latest work—an album with the inspired name “Wavvves”—is strangely dissonant would not be a criticism. To

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Museum Matches Music to Masterpieces

In the serene intimacy of a wood-paneled gallery at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, two slender violin bows dipped up

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While the technical discussion of psychology might not appeal to many, there is something universally attractive in learning about the

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