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New summer class connects anthropology and pop culture

Will Baggett

March 29, 2016

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Pop culture and anthropology go hand in hand in a new class coming to UA this summer.Anthropology in Movies and Fiction is a three-credit hour course taught by Jason DeCaro. It's available during the interim between spring an...

Can Filmed Performances Replace Live Theatre?

Luke Haynes

November 9, 2015

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What is live theater?  I’ve heard it defined as “one man walking across a stage and another man watching him.”  This functional (albeit simplified) definition has served theatergoers for years unquestioned, but now th...

Panjabi departure loss for TV

Noah Cannon

November 3, 2014

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News broke recently that Archie Panjabi will leave “The Good Wife” after the CBS drama’s current sixth season and take her beloved character Kalinda Sharma with her. Panjabi won an Emmy for the first season of “The Goo...

Students turn from TiVo to Philo for entertainment needs

Margaret Wilbourne

October 6, 2014

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Evolution might be more in Darwin’s sphere of study, but it’s nothing new to the entertainment world. For TV aficionados, options to record favorite shows were born as VCRs, which evolved to Tivo and now to a program call...

Showtime drama sheds light on unresolved issues in the church

Hannah Widener

June 17, 2014

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He’s brooding, dark, mysterious and a little bit on the edge of losing it. No, I’m not talking about Edward Cullen, Christian Grey or some other fictional heartthrob of the moment. I’m talking about “Ray Donovan,” the ...

Comedian Billy Crystal stands out

Hannah Widener

June 11, 2014

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The first step is admitting you have a problem so here goes. I, Hannah Widener, am a stand-up comedy junkie.I first realized I had a problem when I was 13 years old. I became obsessed with watching stand-up specials on Comedy...

Gritty acting promotes brains over body

Hannah Widener

June 4, 2014

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As the sun finally approaches my tiny state of New Hampshire and the temperature is slowly starting to creep above 70 degrees, something horrible is coming: swimsuit season. I found out the hard way about a week ago, when I ...

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