The PostScript

Chai Ling’s A Heart for Freedom

Heather Walker

October 31, 2011

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Meet Chai Ling: ·         female leader of the Tiananmen Square movement for democracy in China, ·          survivor of an abusive marriage, ·         prey at the hands of a rapist, ·        ...

La Tropa at Griffin Arena: A Dramatic and Comedic Interplay

Jessica Ramsey

October 18, 2011

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There wasn't an open seat in Griffin Arena when La Tropa, a Spanish-language performance group, came to Columbia College on October 3. The troupe preformed five skits for students and members of the community, finishing their...

Culture in College – The Big Three

Morgan Platt

October 18, 2011

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All around the globe, people have the ability to publish eternal 140-character-statements on Twitter, watch videos of sneezing endangered animals on YouTube, and have an eerie omnipotence concerning  friendships and relationships...

Hispanic Heritage Month: Top 5 Must-See Films

October 1, 2011

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5. Maria Full of Grace (2004) It’s rare to come across such a genuine, intimately-told film. Straightforward and free from pretentious camera movements, Maria Full of Grace, actually feels more like a documentary and the resu...

“Macbeth” Workshops with Students

Heather Walker

October 1, 2011

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On Sept. 26, 2011, the Cambridge American Stage Tour arrived at Columbia College. Though they were scheduled to perform “Macbeth” later that night, the actors set up three workshop sessions early in the day. The sessions...

Walking Into Wanderlust

September 25, 2011

The Grammy’s deadline spurs hip-hop releases

Amber Lacy

September 17, 2011

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September 30th is this year’s deadline for Grammy nomination consideration. Ironically, the Tuesday before the cut-off date is the release of well-anticipated albums from hip-hop legends and newcomers. So get your piggy banks...

Coming to Stores Near You

Kelli Weston

September 17, 2011

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Getting swamped with papers and textbook readings is certainly a satisfying experience but just in case that’s not enough to get you happily through the night, there’s another great thing to love about the fall semester: DVDs....

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