Articles written by: Elisabeth Schyberg

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When Pigpen turned into a germaphobe

Last week’s STF show, Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, blew audiences away with its original portrayals of every form of teen angst possible. Written by Bert V. Royal, and directed by senior Zoe Drew-King, Dog Sees God transformed the beloved Peanuts comic strip characters into their most […]

Opinions

“Social discovery” app detrimental to society

If you’re looking for a fail-proof way to reinvigorate your romantic social life without stepping away from the comfort of your computer screen, there is (yet another) app for that. Joining the ranks of existing Facebook dating apps like Tinder and LuLu, a new Facebook app was made available to […]

Wordless beauty in The Artist
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Wordless beauty in The Artist

The Artist has been making itself loudly known to the world of film since its Belgian release in October 2011 and its subsequent January 2012 American release. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius, starring Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo, this film has already won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture—Comedy or […]