Arts

Tufts Creatives: Dancing flames

Although sophomore Rachel Napoliello has always been passionate about filmmaking, the co-director of Bosfeed had never considered it as a possible career path until she joined Tufts University Television (TUTV) her first year. Now a film and media...

MGMT marks new era with ‘Little Dark Age’

Eleven years after its surprise debut hit, “Oracular Spectacular” (2007), MGMT seems to finally be making a comeback into the spotlight of pop relevance. After a couple of forgettable albums in “Congratulations” (2010) and “MGMT”...

A Column From a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Episode 3

With just five episodes left, “Star Wars: Rebels” (2014–) is coming to a tearful end. I have a lot of feelings about this series, particularly because I think it was incredibly well done and is severely underrated. (If only Disney had made it...

‘Black Panther’: Killmonger has a point

“But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for...

‘The Insult’ is a compliment to its artists

On a sunny afternoon, two strangers get into a dispute on a Beirut street. Choice words are exchanged, and egos are bruised. Later, when the two men seek to resolve the situation, tensions flare up and their dispute escalates into a fistfight....

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