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The first few minutes of “The LEGO Batman Movie” are some of its funniest. As the audience stares at an empty screen waiting for the film to start, Batman (Will Arnett) informs us in a voice-over that all great movies start with a black screen and edgy music that makes parents and studio executives feel uncomfortable.
College President Phil Hanlon lives a tough life. With his roles as a college administrator, prominent mathematician and side gig as an Alpha Delta legend in the flesh, our president has a lot on his plate. With President’s Day upon us, it’s time, we, as students, took some time out of our own lives to honor our dear leader. We cannot, of course, reach the levels of academic rigor that he espouses, nor can we achieve temperance of the sort he would like, but in his shadow we can grow to become the study beasts of PH77’s dreams.
’19: “Playing shrub is like playing Quidditch with only two hoops.”’20 #1: “He just kept trying to kiss me over and over again”’20 #2: “Like a perpetual motion machine toward your face”’19 (Post-Super Bowl): "I tried to kick him out last night, but you can't remove someone from a three-person group message."’20: “Do you NOT know the term wall star?”
A play about a dystopian society oppressed by a malevolent corporation during a harsh drought in which residents must pay to urinate does not seem to have much potential for laughs.
Cartoon of the day: Donald Trump's lunch of national security — featuring Vladimir Putin.
First performed in 1996 at the HERE Arts Center in New York City, “The Vagina Monologues” has quickly blossomed into one of the feminist movement’s most relevant and empowering pieces of theater.
Gene Baur is an activist and best-selling author who co-founded the farm animal protection organization Farm Sanctuary.
Winter Carnival is over and it’s become painfully clear that it took all motivation on campus with it. I’m left with a lot of work and nothing to look forward to, so I’m choosing to deal with my problems through passionate and vehement denial. These are just a few ways I plan to relive Winter Carnival until 17W ends, and I strongly encourage you to join me.
Upon examining the lives of some of the most famous classical composers, we see love lost, love found again, love triangles, and forbidden romances intertwined with their most famous works.
If “Manchester by the Sea” was a fairy tale, it would be the most downbeat one you’ve ever heard.
The 2017 Grammy Awards offered a surprising improvement on the usual tame, predetermined nature of televised award shows, but the awards themselves ultimately failed to fulfill the promise of the ambitious live performances.
Long Do, along with the rest of the arts staff, offered predictions for this year’s Grammys, which aired this past Sunday.
The “elevator music” conception of jazz is not the kind of music to be expected from the Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble’s 41st Annual Winter Carnival Concert.
Each year, Winter WhingDing brings an element of musical excellence to a Winter Carnival that is already filled with entertainment.
It can be hard being a freshman. Just look at them: so innocent, so soft, so silly. And Dartmouth can be a big, confusing place. The ’20s seem to live in a constant state of “the look on Will Ferrell’s face when Buddy the Elf first gets to New York City in the classic Christmas film ‘Elf.’”
Actress and screenwriter Genevieve Adams '11's honors thesis turned into a sold-out two-act comedy and a movie. Now based in New York, Adams has acted alongside major names such as Kristen Wiig and Katie Holmes.
Founded in 1975 by late Hanover local Charley Conquest, Hanover Strings is one of the oldest businesses on Main Street. In this "Hanover Exposition," Kevin Hu '20 explores its meaning in the context of the town's music history.
Cartoon of the day: Sally Yates on her way out.
Hanover Strings was founded in 1975 by late Hanover local Charley Conquest.
Sara Lindquist ’18 began recording her six-track EP “It’s A Good Day for a Good Day” her senior year of high school.