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Articles by Alessandra Roubini

Music: Father John Misty

Father John Misty’s most recent LP release I Love You Honey­bear somehow pulls off everything that usually peeves me in con­temporary folk-rock albums. It’s nothing short of miraculous. The...

Best bar

If you had asked me a year ago, I probably would have said Elm Bar. It’s really close to everything and has the special charm of not really feeling...

Music: Ratking

Ratking’s sophomore LP So It Goes opens with a cacophony of voices in a dissonant but intentional chaos that characterizes this frenetic album. The bass drops two successive beats,...

Thoughts from the staff

American Hustle: Honestly my favorite part of the movie was when JLaw sang along to Paul McCartney and The Wings while cleaning her gaudily ‘70s-decorated house. Gravity: I really...

Room for music

There are a couple good venues, but for the most part student bands have to fend for themselves,” remarked Tommy Bazarian, TC ’15, a member of the student folk...

Lighting up

You can definitely get away with it,” said Nicholas, talking over the phone from an airport in Baltimore where he was waiting for a flight. A senior in Silliman...

Funding lit

Early one morning in February, nine unsuspecting writers received a phone call. The speaker on the other line had news that would prove to entirely alter their paths in...

Moving on

You go through the most painful of treatments. You’re drained physically and emotionally. You’re greeted by countless ‘congrats.’ You feel guilty complaining, when you are constantly being told how...

Lay down the law

Studying the law in the United States has long been characterized as a vocational pursuit. The most common law degree in the U.S. is the Juris Doctor, usually referred...

Measuring up

Along the path up science hill, one will notice an equal number of both male and female students trekking towards their science classes. This is due to efforts by...