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Review: Iron and Wine – Archive Series Volume No. 1

February 18, 20150

If you spent this Valentine’s Day alone and want to feel sorry for yourself “Archive Series Vol. 1” just may…

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‘The Returned’ needs a reality check

February 18, 20150

“The Returned” sincerely wants to be deep, but doesn’t put in the effort to actually be deep. It’s the worst…

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‘Dear White People’ explores the complexities of black American experience

February 18, 20150

The jocks, the rich kids, the goths — many are familiar with the cliques of “Mean Girls,” but those groups…

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Keep your soul and spirit alive: Charles Bradley talks to TNL

February 18, 20150

Charles Bradley started his career in music as a James Brown impersonator by the name of Black Velvet. Bradley was…

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Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour at UAA

February 18, 20150

Mountains have a certain picturesque setting to them that draws many in — both for the beauty and danger. The…

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Exploring mythological romantic tales in planetarium

February 11, 20150

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and love is in the air. But when asked about the mythological love…

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UAA’s talented poets perform at Spoken Word

February 11, 20150

Tuesday night held laughs, fresh talent and some Jonah Hill in the UAA Student Union Den. New and old voices…

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“Ghost Modern” by Geographer

February 11, 20150

Treading the ever-blurring line between electronic and alternative music seems to be what Michael Deni, also known as Geographer, does…

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5 reasons why Mountainfilm on Tour is worth watching

February 11, 20150

Telluride Mountainfilm is an annual festival and worldwide tour, displaying an array of beautiful and unique films from around the…

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The Grammys 2015: Underlying Racism?

February 11, 20150

As February is here, so are the annual Grammy Awards. It will be the 57th year that the National Academy…

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‘Grim Fandango’ raises the dead

February 11, 20150

In 1998, “Grim Fandango” was released to critical acclaim and then soon forgotten. Despite the fact that it won several…

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‘Audition’ holds up after a decade

February 11, 20150

Japanese auteur Takashi Miike has probably one of the strangest career trajectories in film. He’s made incest-laden allegories like “Visitor…

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Black History Month Kicks off with Celebration

February 2, 20150

UAA’s Student Union Cafeteria was a place of celebration on January 29. Members of the community came together to eat,…

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HSB holds Native virtual presentation

February 2, 20150

UAA’s Health and Sciences Building is holding an exhibition until March 6 titled “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health…

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