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Caleb J.T. Thompson

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Music

Adés Raises Baton for Shakespeare

In 1827, the young composer Hector Berlioz attended performances of several plays by William Shakespeare on the Parisian Left Bank. ...

Theater

A More Contemplative LaBute

The obsession with ‘prettiness’ is the ostensible subject of this frequently electrifying production, but its real message is altogether more subtle and closer to home.

On Campus

One-Sided ‘Ajax’ Misses the Mark

Benson’s limited interpretation, which portrays war solely as a detriment to society and individuals, fails to do justice to the multifaceted exploration of war and its consequences in Sophocles’ text.

Beauty After Ruin
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Beauty After Ruin

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Year In Review 2015

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Year in Sports 2015

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Class of 2015, By the Numbers