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Soundtrack to Revolution

Students Explore Changing Role of Black Protest Music

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Op/ed: Khashoggi Murder Draws Attention to Plight of Arab World's Critics

Post-Arab Spring Crackdowns Caused Many in Movement to Flee Abroad

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FrankenReads

A Monster Mash, Frankly

FrankenReads Celebrates Novel’s 200th Anniversary on Campus, Around the World

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Vigil

Op/Ed: What America, and Its President, Don’t Get About Anti-Semitism

Historian Links Pittsburgh Shooter, Political Rhetoric to Millennia of Conspiracy Allegations Against Jews

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"The Refugees"

A Refugee and a Storyteller

Pulitzer Prizewinning Author to Address Complexities of Refugee Experience Tonight

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Katie Lowes and Adam Shapiro '02

Dishing on a Debut Broadway Run

Alum, Wife Finish Stint in “Waitress”

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(Costume) Drama Kings

50th Talk in “Speaking of Books” Series Explores Depictions of Historical Masculinity

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Little Shop of Horrors

A Man, a Plant, a Plan

“Little Shop of Horrors” Opens at The Clarice

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“The Triumph of Isabella”

“Triumph” of Collaboration

Graduate Students Bring to Life 400-year-old Pageant Artwork

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Glenn Weiss ’83 and Jan Svendsen

Terp Cheered as Biggest Winner at Emmys

Director Accepts Award, Proposes to Girlfriend

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Dressed in Time

Spike Lee Turns to MFA Grad to Costume His Casts

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Essay: Dialed In

Professor Examines How the Philippines Rebrands Itself as World’s Call Center Capital

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