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Dysfunctional duo tackles apocalypse

By | Mar 10, 2011

“boom,” a modern tale complete with cursing, Ramen noodles, Craigslist solicitation and many failed sexual advances, reverts back to the story of Adam and Eve while attempting to prove the power of evolution.

Show dismantles beauty stereotypes

By | Mar 10, 2011

Every side and size of obesity gets explored in “Fat Pig,” a play that shows how love truly is a matter of inner beauty. Outrageous comedy navigates through the heavy issues of self-image and physical appearance in a society based on appearances alone.

US needs to learn how to confront hurtful speech

By | Mar 9, 2011

Last week, the Supreme Court handed down its decision protecting Fred Phelps’ Westboro Baptist Church’s protest of the funeral of Marine Lance Corporal Matthew A. Snyder in Westminster, Md.

Middle Eastern narratives communicate culture

By | Mar 2, 2011

The story of Queen Sheba’s legs is one that is well-known in Hebraic culture. Her beauty entranced King Solomon until he saw her hairy legs; he criticized them as masculine and taunted her until she shaved.