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Tacoma Film Festival Movie Review: The Glamour and the  Squalor
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Tacoma Film Festival Movie Review: The Glamour and the Squalor

When most of us recall the iconic opening chords of the song “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” the first legend we think of is Kurt Cobain. No one thinks instead of the man who put that name in our heads to begin. Director and producer Marq Evans’ documentary film The Glamour […]

ARTWORK BY  HANNELE FERNSTRÖM
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Artist Review: José Gonzalez

After an eight-year hiatus, José González reignited his solo work earlier in 2015 with a new album titled Vestiges and Claws. González spent the better part of the last decade working on a variety of projects, most notably a series of albums with Junip, a Swedish trio started by González in […]

Street view of the Tacoma Arts Museum.
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“Art AIDS America” to open at Tacoma Art Museum

From the early 1980s to the present, AIDS has swept through American culture and life. It has, most certainly, left its mark. On Oct. 3, Tacoma Art Museum will debut its “Art AIDS America” exhibit, aiming to illustrate the impact of AIDS in America through the work of artists such […]

Albums Released: Sept. 25
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Albums Released: Sept. 25

The Underachievers – Evermore: The Art of Duality Brooklyn rappers and third-eye openers The Underachievers are back spitting verses with a purpose.  The album comes in at a skittery creep, and continues with alternately stark and spacious beats like a serene bubble in a bustling world.  Both lyrically and sonically […]

Film Series (from left to right): Top Hat, On the Town, Kiss Me Kate and the more well known West Side Story.
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Professor introduces 2015 Honors Film Series

On Monday, Sept. 21, in the living room of Langlow House at 1218 North Alder Street, professor of music history at the University of Puget Sound’s School of Music Dr. Geoffrey Block gave a brief but insightful lecture on the upcoming Honors Program film series: Musicals Through the Decades. This […]

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Crossing Into “The Northwest Passage”

New talk show to expose the writings of Northwest storytellers Jack Myers and Claire Harbutt ended up in the same group for University of Puget Sound’s preliminary Urban Plunge, picking weeds and getting familiar with the community, but they didn’t think much of it until Myers overheard Harbutt talking about […]

Years in Review: Modest Mouse
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Years in Review: Modest Mouse

By LILI NIMLO   Modest Mouse’s Good News for People Who Love Bad News was the first CD I ever owned. I got it when I was 10 and have never stopped listening to it since.  Modest Mouse is one of the bands that marked a generation of music; we […]

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Interview Season: Dress to Impress

May is quickly approaching, and that means it’s job interview season. After submitting applications, perfecting resumes and fine-tuning cover letters, the interview is the place where you get to sell yourself and put a face to your c redentials. For seniors and underclassmen applying for summer internships, this process can […]

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Definite(ish) Guide to Happy Hour Sushi

Sundays in Seattle offer free parking, hustle and bustle and most importantly, all-day happy hours at select restaurants. With discounted drinks, appetizers and entrees, Sundays in Seattle can be more than fun; they can be affordable. The following establishments have great happy hour deals on food and are open to […]

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Deliciously Odd Food

College is a time to experiment, push yourself and find out what works for you.  Food is no exception. Sometimes it’s even a necessity if you’re looking to eat.  I know that there have been many times when I’ve opened the fridge and thought, “Welp. This sucks,” because I have […]