Review: ‘Gypsy’ musical makes anticipated opening

MEGAN HEINTZ News Editor Friday’s performance of the musical “Gypsy” showed the talent and professionalism of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department. It is said to be one of the most quintessential and beloved musicals of the 20th century and...

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Review: Drew University’s ‘Vagina Monologues’

MELANIE ANZIDEI News Editor It starts with a “c” and rhymes with “bunt.” Don’t worry, you don’t have to say it out loud. But, if you were at the Drew University Center on Sunday night at around 8 p.m. chances are that you...

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Review: Antlers album makes you ‘burst apart’

JOHN SAAVEDRA JR. Staff Writer Chances are that in your 20-something years of experience (and by no means am I alienating the youngsters), you have felt heartbreak. The little fingers of it grab at your heart and make it hard for you...

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CD Review: Dance Gavin Dance returns to ‘Battle’

MELISSA KRENEK Staff Writer Jonny Craig and the rest of the original lineup of underground sensation Dance Gavin Dance are back, and back with a boom. Millions of fans across the world have been waiting patiently for a reunion, one that many believed...

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Review: “The King of Limbs”

JOHN SAAVEDRA Columnist The first thing I ever heard by Radiohead was one of their first singles, “Creep.” As an angsty teen, I ate that up as I suffered breakups and mishaps. But when I grew up a little, I felt I was past...

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