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Director of Lincoln Center’s “King Lear,” medical doctor, author, respected artist, and psychoanalytic genius is the general description of Jonathan Miller, who visited campus last week and spoke at “An Evening with Jonathan Miller.” Yet, the simplicity of such a portrayal is quite questionable, for Dr. Miller has led a life that reaches far beyond…

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Problems on Park Avenue:

Three teenage girls and an empty Park Avenue apartment – what do you think will happen? La Nuit Des Femmes Folles (The Night of Crazy Women), a play written by Lily Kelting ’04, lived up to its name last Sunday night in the theatre classroom. Three crazy women, Emma Dorsey’06, Chloé Hurley’05, and Caroline Claflin’05,…

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Coffee for a Cure:

“Blackbeard was a scallywag who sailed the high seas; at the mention of his name men would buckle at their knees,” proclaimed Ben Lasman ’06, one of the Three Buccaneers who performed their hit single, “The Ballad of Blackbeard,” at last week’s Coffee for a Cure. “Ye be nothing but a filthy landlubber, claimed his…

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Thunder from Down under, mate!

As the St. Andrew’s Orchestra stepped onto the stage of Cochran Chapel in their school uniforms and cowboy-style hats, I knew that their performance would be something different. The St. Andrew’s Cathedral school made Cochran Chapel a stop in its 2004 USA tour. Hailing from Sydney, Australia these young musicians came a long way to…

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MOVIES BY MATT: Kill Bill Volume 2

Quentin Tarantino is infamous for being demanding, narcissistic and downright weird as both a director and a human being; he has a fetish for Uma Thurman in his films; he is single-handedly responsible for resurrecting John Travolta with Pulp Fiction. Now, Tarantino has defined “pulp fiction” with his fourth film, Kill Bill. Exciting guy, huh?…

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