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Vol. # 97, Issue # 18

| March 11, 2013

‘Grate’ expectations for McGaw

Doors close on old campus building to make room for music school By HANNAH BENDER Staff Writer

After Thanksgiving 2013, DePaul University students will finally say goodbye to their favorite “Cheese Grater.” McGaw Hall, which houses the Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (WRD) and Modern Languages departments, as well as the University Center of WritingBased Learning (UCWbL), will begin moving classes out of the building at the end of Fall Quarter in the 2013-2014 academic year at the earliest, according to DePaul Vice President of Facility Operations Robert Janis. McGaw will then be demolished as a part of the 2009 Lincoln Park Master Plan, in order to make way for a School of Music facility. The plan for a new School of Music is currently under design, however, and there is no set time frame to begin the project. Although there is no confirmed demolition date, DePaul University is making pre-construction preparations for the academic departments currently located in the building. Janis said that the move will not

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affect students this year, and that plans for moving have been “pretty wildly known internally … especially within the impacted departments who have been exposed to the detail about the move and planning by their respective department chairs.” Sometime after Thanksgiving, the

UCWbL will move to the second floor of the Arthur J. Schmitt Academic Center. The Modern Languages and Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse departments will relocate to the 3rd and 4th floors of SAC, in the space vacated by the College of Education. “We’re really sad to be losing the floor-to-ceiling windows in McGaw

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Junior Brandon Young in a Big East match-up against St. John’s Jan. 19.

BIG EAST FINAL FAREWELL By JULIEN ZENG Sports Editor The seven Catholic basketball schools called the “Catholic 7” are set to depart from the Big East conference earlier than expected and also retain the Big East name, the two

conferences announced Friday. Originally scheduled to depart in after the 2015 season, the newly formed conference has negotiated its exit starting as soon as July 1. The seven schools – DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, and Villanova – will get to keep the name of the Big East, while the former conference will search for a new name.

classrooms and many of our faculty offices, but excited to be moving closer to our colleagues in other LAS departments and the classrooms in which most of us teach,” said DePaul WRD Professor Peter

In exchange for separation, the conference formerly known as the Big East will receive almost $110 million dollars to be divided between its football schools. The nameless conference could also be renamed as the “America 12.” “I am pleased that this agreement has been reached,” said Big East commissioner Mike Aresco in a statement. “With the long-term well-being of our outstanding institutions and their student-athletes of paramount importance, each group worked through a number of complex issues in an orderly, comprehensive and amicable manner marked by mutual respect. We part ways as friends and colleagues and look forward to the success of both conferences.” However even with the announcement, the Catholic 7/Big East has been busy behind the scenes to form specific details regarding the new conference. Responsibilities for the conference include securing a television deal, recruiting new teams, and technical details such as drafting league bylaws and finding a commissioner. Many of those details have now surfaced based on reports from multiple outlets. Two additional teams, Xavier and Butler, are expected to join the seven other teams. Their additions were rumored from the start, but sources told ESPN that they will be joining the conference. Creighton could also join the See BIG EAST, page 25

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In this rendering provided by Blue Star Line, the Titanic II is shown cruising at sea. The ship, which Australian billionaire Clive Palmer is planning to build in China, is scheduled to sail in 2016. Palmer said his ambitious plans to launch a copy of the Titanic and sail it across the Atlantic would be a tribute to those who built and backed the original. along  its  predecessorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  route  from   wreck   and   this   is   just   inviting   England  to  New  York.   more  of  it  in.   If  this  isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  a  bad  idea,  I  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   Yes,   I   know   the   tragedy   was   know  what  is.   caused   by   an   iceberg   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   and   yes,   Frankly,   I   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   quite   it  was  made  worse  by  inadequate   Immediately   on   the   heels   of   understand   the   fascination   safety   measures   onboard   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   but   a   the   most   recent   Carnival   Cruise   everyone   has   with   the   original   part   of   me   has   never   gotten   past   nightmare,   the   vacation   boating   industry  has  come  up  with  another   I  think  bad  karma  can  be  held  partially  re-­ way  to  shock  us.   sponsible  for  the  1912  wreck  and  this  is  just   Sitting  in  a  computer  lab  with   DePaul   senior   Sean   Boswell   last   inviting  more  of  it  in.  â&#x20AC;? week,   I   was   shown   a   headline   on  his  Twitter  feed  so  insane  we   GLGQÂśWHYHQXQGHUVWDQGLWDWÂżUVW Titanic   and   the   James   Cameron   the  twisted  irony  of  â&#x20AC;&#x153;the  worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Look  at  this:  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  making   movie,  but  it  is  what  it  is:  morbid   most   unsinkable   shipâ&#x20AC;?   going   a  Titanic  II?â&#x20AC;? curiosity.   GRZQ KDOIZD\ WKURXJK LWV ÂżUVW â&#x20AC;&#x153;How  can  they  make  another   This,   on   the   other   hand,   is   trip.   movie?â&#x20AC;? downright  ghoulish.   I   feel   the   advertising   just   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   know.   It   doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   According   The   Guardian,   taunted  fate  a  little  too  much,  yet   seem  like  thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  much  room  for   many    passenger  areas  of  the  ship,   now,  100  years  later,  a  new  line  is   a   sequel   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   oh   wait,   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   boat.   I   though   modernized   for   safety   bringing  fate-­tempting  to  a  whole   think  thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  worse.â&#x20AC;?   reasons,  will  be  virtually  identical   new   level,   essentially   saying   â&#x20AC;&#x153;it   The  idea  of  making  a  second   to   the   original.   Identical   aspects     could   never   happen   twice,   our   movie   about   the   tragic   1912   include   dining   areas,   the   grand   technology   is   foolproof   now.â&#x20AC;?   cruise  voyage  seemed  absurd,  but   staircase   and   the   class-­structured   1HZVĂ&#x20AC;DVKWKH\WKRXJKWWKDWWKH it  came  to  mind  far  more  naturally   cabins   (remember   how   horrible   ÂżUVWWLPHWRR for  us  than  the  actual  story  behind   everyone  said  steerage  was?). Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m   not   the   only   person   who   the   headline   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Titanic   II   in   the   Well   now   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   back   just   for   thinks  this  way.  In  fact,  I  couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   works.â&#x20AC;? fun.   ÂżQG DQ\RQH DVLGH IURP WKH Australian   billionaire   Clive   Additionally,   there   is   talk   of   3,000-­plus   people   The   Guardian   Palmer,   a   mining   tycoon   and   passengers  on  the  maiden  voyage   reports   have   already   written   to   owner   of   Blue   Star   cruise   line,   dressing   in   1912-­era   clothing   to   request   tickets   on   the   maiden   announced   last   week   that   his   recreate   the   atmosphere   of   the   voyage   (some   offering   up   to   a   company   has   commissioned   a   ÂżUVWWULS million  dollars),  who  thought  this   Chinese   shipyard   to   construct   a   This   is   where   Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m   going   to   was  smart.   virtually   identical   replica   of   the   draw  the  eerie  line.  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  not  afraid   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   think   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   bad   idea   to   White  Star  Lineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  doomed  vessel.   to   go   on   the   record   saying   this:   recreate   it   as   an   actual   working   The   plan   is   to   sail   the   replica   as   I   think   bad   karma   can   be   held   boat,â&#x20AC;?   said   Maureen   Penland,   a   a   luxury   cruise   back   and   forth   partially  responsible  for  the  1912   DePaul  senior.   By JESSIE MOLLOY Contributing Writer

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The original Titanic, the White Star Line constructed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, sank on April 15, 1912. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It   has   really   negative   connotations   and   even   though   people  might  associate  it  with  the   movie,  it  was  still  a  real  tragedy   that  hit  a  lot  of  people  very  hard.   Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   disrespectful   and   the   whole   thing  just  seems  appalling  to  me.â&#x20AC;? Boswell   also   opposes   the   recreated   version   of   the   ill-­fated   ship. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   know   who   would   want   to   go   on   it,â&#x20AC;?   said   Boswell.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  just  creepy.â&#x20AC;? I  couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  agree  more.  While   I   hope   Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m   wrong   about   the   bad  

karma  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  and  modern  navigational   equipment   is   far   more   likely   to   help  avoid  a  repeated  tragedy  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  I   will  say  I  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  think  the  venture   LV JRLQJ WR EH D KXJH ÂżQDQFLDO success  in  the  long  run.   I   think   once   the   novelty   of   ÂżQDOO\FRPSOHWLQJWKHÂżUVWYR\DJH of   the   Titanic   wears   off,   more   people  will  realize  how  weird  the   whole  thing  is  and  stop  signing  up   to  take  a  North  Atlantic  cruise  that   actually   passes   over   the   sunken   remains  of  its  namesake  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  at  least   I  hope  they  will.


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Sequestration in college and Congress By NATALIA HERNANDEZ Contributing Writer Sequestration  is  college-­level   procrastination   on   a   devastating   high.     Sequestration   is   Adderall,     Red   Bull   and   two   double-­shot   espressos   the   morning   of   your   ÂżQDO As   of   Friday,   March   1,   sequestration   began   for   the   people  of  the  United  States. The   sequester   everyone   has   been   talking   about   is   a   policy   by   Congress   enacting   extreme   federal   budget   cuts   of   about   $86   billion   to   both   defense   spending   and   across-­the-­board   domestic   programs.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  not  surprised  at  this  new   sequester,   nor   will   I   be   rallying   behind  any  alternative  plan,â&#x20AC;?  said   Segun   Dent,   32,   a   computer   art   and   motion   technology   student   at   DePaul   University.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   bickering   and   brawling   of   the   government   overshadows   an   ongoing   process   that   is   akin   to   adding  cheap  wood  to  a  decaying,   collapsing   house,   instead   of   starting  the  process  of  rebuilding   from  the  foundation.â&#x20AC;? Some   of   the   cuts   that   have   gone  into  affect  are  $42.7  billion   in   defense   cuts,   $28.7   billion   in   domestic  discretionary  cuts,  $9.9   billion   in   Medicare   cuts   and   $4   billion  in  other  mandatory  cuts. These  cuts  will  affect  military   operations   and   research,   the   National   Institute   of   Health,   The   Centers   for   Disease   Control   and   Prevention,   border   security   and   immigration   enforcement,   airport   security,   Head   Start,  

OLIVIER DOULIERY |MCT

President Barack Obama speaks to the media after Friday's sequester meeting with members of Congress at the White House, March 1, in Washington, D.C. FEMAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   disaster   relief   budget,   public  housing  support,  the  FDA,   NASA,   Special   Education,   the   Energy   Departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   program,   the  National  Science  Foundation,   The   FBI,   the   federal   prison   system,   State   Department   diplomatic   functions,   Global   health   programs,   the   Nuclear   Regulatory   Commission,   the   SEC,   the   Holocaust   Memorial   Museum,   The   Library   of   Congress,   the   Patewnt   and   7UDGHPDUN RIÂżFH PLOLWDU\ SHUVRQQHO EHQHÂżWV GHOD\HG disability   payments,   child   nutrition   programs,   teacher   and   student   loans,   National   3DUN VHUYLFHV IHZHU DLU WUDIÂżF controllers,   meat   shortages   and   about   9,800   less   children   will  

UHFHLYHĂ&#x20AC;XYDFFLQHVLQ While   Congress   itself   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   the   source   that   has   devised   these   heinous  repercussions  in  order  to   deal  with  their  own  mishandlings   of   our   federal   budget   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   will   not   be  suffering  from  any  cuts  at  all.   Now  isn't  that  just  fascinating?  Not  only  are  we  adding  cheap   wood   to   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;decaying,   collapsing   home,â&#x20AC;?  but  Congress  has  instead   VHW LW RQ ÂżUH DQG KDV GHFLGHG WR take   all   of   the   wood   from   the   surrounding   homes   in   order   to   rebuild  their  own  crumbling  Frat   house   on   an   already   burned   and   barren  plot.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   think   politicians   are   so   quick   to   use   budget   cuts   to   help   VROYH RXU ÂżQDQFLDO SUREOHPV  itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   lot   more   complicated   than  

that,â&#x20AC;?   said   Jackelin   Herrera,   21,   an   interactive   media   student   at   DePaul   University.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   think   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   not   using   our   money   wisely  or  just  focusing  on  cutting   with   the   wrong   mentality.   We   should   be   thinking   of   increasing   employment,   not   constantly   attacking   the   people   in   the   low   spectrum   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   people   who   depend   on  government  money.â&#x20AC;? Employment   in   the   U.S.   job   market   has   recovered   only   5.5   million   of   the   8.7   million   jobs   lost  during  the  recession  in  2007.   How   do   we   justify   this   in   the   context  of  the  Dow  closing  in  at   a  record  high  of  14,296? Wages   have   stagnated;Íž   SHRSOH DUH ORVLQJ WKHLU EHQHÂżWV their   jobs   and   are   left   with   the  

uncertainty  in  having  their  way  of   life  completely  upturned  by  what   seems   to   be   the   politically   inept   leaders  on  Capitol  Hill.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;These   cuts   are   horribly   insane,â&#x20AC;?  said  Lawrence  Frateschi,   a  DePaul  economics  professor,  as   reported  in  â&#x20AC;&#x153;The  budget  blues  hit   close   to   homeâ&#x20AC;?   article   published   in   the   March   4   issue   of   The   DePaulia.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   crazy   is   that   the  Republicans  are  even  missing   out   on   the   chance   to   accomplish   some  of  their  goals  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  they  passed   up   on   the   Democratsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   offer   of   entitlement   reform,   which   may   have   the   most   logic   out   of   any   cuts   â&#x20AC;Ś   In   the   end,   I   wonder   if   this   was   for   political   rather   than   economical  goals.â&#x20AC;? In   The   DePauliaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   constant   coverage   of   the   sequestration,   it   is   incredibly   evident   that   the   issue  grows  worse  not  in  a  matter   of  years,  but  in  a  matter  of  days.   These  days  which  political  leaders   seem   to   vacation   on,   as   was   the   case  with  the  weekend  before  the   March  1  decision  when  President   Barack  Obama  was  photographed   JROÂżQJ ZLWK 7LJHU :RRGV ZKLOH elected   members   of   Congress   also  took  the  weekend  off.   This   is   an   issue   our   government   has   had   months   to   deal  with,  an  issue  that  is  not  just   a  one-­time  deal,  but  is  something   that  will  extend  until  2012  when   it   will   be   cut   from   $87   to   $92   billion   from   the   discretionary   budget   every   year   for   a   total   of   $109   billion   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   an   issue   that   seems   to   ignore   the   fact   that   our   government   borrows   $85   billion   every   28   days   and   and   one   that   Congress   refuses   to   face   and   KDQGOH OLNH WKH HOHFWHG RIÂżFLDOV we  have  elected  them  to  become.    

Dating culture should become more traditional

By MAX HARKAVY Contributing Writer

Dating   culture   has   changed.     So  much  so,  in  fact,  that  dates  are   becoming  a  thing  of  the  past.     Asking   someone   on   a   date   is   becoming   as   archaic   as   the   drive-­in  movie  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  they  are  still  out   there,  but  they  are  so  rare  that  the   thought   of   going   to   one   hardly   ever  crosses  your  mind.   The   advent   of   social   media   and   the   cell   phone   have   all   but   destroyed  traditional  courtship.     Being   with   someone   in   an   intimate   capacity   has   been   reduced  to  getting  to  know  them   over   Facebook   or   Twitter   and   sending  them  a  text  at  2  a.m.  on   your  way  home  from  a  bar  asking   them  to  â&#x20AC;&#x153;hang  out.â&#x20AC;? Sure  there  are  still  people  out   there  that  ask  the  person  they  are   interested   in   on   a   date,   but   they   are  surely  the  exception.    â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  have  a  boyfriend  now,  but   when   I   was   in   college,   everyone   just  hooked  up  with  each  other  all   the  time,â&#x20AC;?  said  Claudia  Feldhaus,   a   recent   DePaul   graduate.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  

GHÂżQLWHO\SUHIHUWKHVWDELOLW\RID committed  relationship.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hooking   upâ&#x20AC;?   has   become   a   staple   of   our   generation,   and   as   social   media   proliferates,   there   may  be  no  end  to  it.     Back  in  the  day,  a  man  would   court  a  woman  by  taking  her  out   on  a  date,  showing  her  a  nice  time   and  respectfully  dropping  her  off   at  home.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dating Â��is,  for  the  most  part,   better   than   just   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;hooking   up,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;?   said   Alvin   Sandique,   a   DePaul   student.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;For   me,   it   really   depends   though.     If   I   whole-­ heartedly  believe  I  have  the  desire   to  make  something  more  out  of  it,   then  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;hooking  upâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  with  a  girl  is  not   enough  for  me.    I  need  emotional   attachment  on  some  level.â&#x20AC;? Today  you  may  meet  someone   at   a   party,   ask   for   their   number   and   then   â&#x20AC;&#x153;meet   upâ&#x20AC;?   with   them   after  getting  drunk  and  being  at  a   party  or  a  bar. We   need   to   bring   back   courtship.     Go   out   and   ask   someone  on  a  date.    We  live  in  a   time  where  it  is  OK  for  a  woman   to   ask   a   man   on   a   date   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;     so   ladies,  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  be  shy.    Get  to  know   someone  over  a  cup  of  coffee,  go  

see  a  movie,  get  dinner  and  go  ice-­ skating.    Just  anything  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  anything   but   getting   someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   number   at   a   party,   â&#x20AC;&#x153;friendingâ&#x20AC;?   them   on   Facebook   and   simply   â&#x20AC;&#x153;hooking   upâ&#x20AC;?   with   them.     I   promise   you,   whoever   you   ask   will   be   so   appreciative  that  you  want  to  get   to  know  them  on  a  more  personal   level.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;For   me,   if   a   guy   has   the   courage  to  ask  me  on  a  date,  that   probably   means   he   is   interested   in   who   I   am   as   a   person   rather   than   just   wanting   me   for   my   appearance,â&#x20AC;?  said  Feldhaus.     Emotional   attachment   has   become   so   undervalued   in   our   society  today  because  of  the  ever-­ increasing  pace  of  everyday  life.    People  are  used  to  immediate   information   and   instant   JUDWLÂżFDWLRQ DQG WDNLQJ WKH WLPH to  develop  a  thorough  relationship   with  someone  is  not  conducive  to   this  lifestyle. So,  with  that,  I  implore  you  to   slow  down,  take  your  time  and  get   to   know   and   deeply   understand   someone.     The   emotional   return   from  a  stable  relationship  is  more   rewarding   by   leaps   and   bounds   than   multiple   one-­night   stands,  

which  can  often  leave  one  feeling   HPSW\DQGXQIXOÂżOOHG â&#x20AC;&#x153;If  a  guy  asked  me  on  a  date   in   person   rather   than   over   text,   there   would   be   a   much   better   chance  I  would  say  yes  to  him,â&#x20AC;?   said   Jordan   Harness,   a   DePaul   graduate.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;Not   only   does   it   show   he   is   a   gentleman,   but   it   makes  the  actual  asking  out  more   personal   and   intimate   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   big  plus  for  me.â&#x20AC;?

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ARTS & LIFE

Arts & Life Editor Courtney Jacquin depauliamagazine@gmail.com

Required reading: Spring break edition By DIANA DILENGE & ADINA GARNEATA Contributing Writers

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One  of  the  best  parts  of  spring   break  is  being  able  to  grab  a  good   book,   curl   up   on   the   couch   and   let   all   the   stress   of   finals   fade   away   as   you’re   sucked   into   an   exciting   adventure.   Who   says   a   person   has   to   leave   their   home   to  go  on  vacation?  Books  are  not   as   expensive   as   going   to   Miami,   nor  will  they  give  you  a  sunburn,   unless   you   plan   to   read   at   the   beach.   When   you   enter   a   bookstore   or   library,   the   vast   amount   of   choices   can   be   overwhelming.   To   your   right   there’s   an   aisle   of   thrilling   mysteries   about   murders   and   kidnapping.   To   the   left   there’s  stacks  of  best  sellers  from   authors   that   include   everything   from  self-­help  novels  to  books  by   celebrities.   Behind   you   there’s   a   display  of  classic  novels  that  you   remember  reading  in  high  school.   It  takes  time  and  effort  to  find  the   perfect  read  through  the  mountain   of  books. Luckily   for   those   searching   for  a  spring  read,  we’ve  made  the   job   easier   for   you.   Over   the   past   weeks   we’ve   compiled   a   list   of   books   from   different   genres   that   will  satisfy  any  type  of  reader.  No   matter  if  you  want  to  laugh  or  cry,   we’ve  got  you  covered.  

Adina’s  picks: “Beautiful  Creatures”   Author:  Kami  Garcia  &   Margaret  Stohl Genre:  Fantasy Ethan  Wate  is  looking  forward   to  the  day  when  he  can  leave  the   small   Southern   town   of   Gatlin,   but   everything   changes   when   he   meets   Lena   Duchannes.   Ethan   is   immediately   drawn   to   Lena,   who   has  come  to  live  with  her  uncle  on   his  isolated,  and  as  people  in  town   like  to  say,  haunted  plantation.  As   Ethan   and   Lena   grow   closer   to   one   another,   he   learns   that   there   is  a  curse  in  her  family  and  on  her   16th  birthday  she  will  be  claimed   either  as  a  creature  of  the  dark  or   a   creature   of   the   light.   Ethan   and   Lena   soon   realize   that   they   are   part   of   something   greater,   and   as   her   birthday   approaches   so   does   a   dark   and   terrible   force   that   has   the   power   to   destroy   everything   they’ve  ever  known.             As   a   person   who   loves   books   like   “Harry   Potter,”   “Lord   of   the   Rings”   and   fantasy   in   general,   believe   me   when   I   say   that   “Beautiful   Creatures”   has   the   power   to   draw   readers   into   the   unique   and   thrilling   world   of   casters.   Casters �� are   people   with   special  powers  and  by  the  end  of  the   book,  you  will  secretly  be  wishing   that   you   weren’t   so   normal.   Part   of   the   book’s   uniqueness   comes   from   its   Southern   setting   and  

the   incorporation   of   Civil   War   history.   The   people   of   Gatlin   are   not   ashamed   of   their   past   in   the   Confederate  army,  and  Ethan  and   Lena   are   connected   to   that   past.   Other   unique   elements   are   funny   characters  like  Ethan’s  three  aunts   who   try   to   raise   baby   squirrels,   the   love   story   between   Ethan   and   Lena,   and   the   ever   present   question   of   whether   Lena   will   be   dark   or   light.   I   read   this   book   when  I  would  take  the  train  home   and   one   time   I   even   completely   missed  my  stop  because  I  couldn’t   put  it  down.  So  yes,  I  liked  it.   “Gone  Girl” Author:  Gillian  Flynn Genre:  Mystery,  Thriller   On   the   day   of   his   five-­year   wedding  anniversary,  Nick  Dunne   gets   a   call   from   his   neighbor   at   work   telling   him   that   the   front   door   to   his   house   is   wide   open.   When   he   gets   home,   his   wife   Amy   is   nowhere   to   be   found.   They   say   that   the   first   48   hours   after   a   person   goes   missing   are   the   most   important   and   after   two   days,  the  police  still  have  no  leads   as   to   where   Amy   could   be.   As   the   search   continues,   the   police   and   townspeople   start   to   suspect   that   Nick   had   something   to   do   with  Amy’s  disappearance.  Amy’s   diary  entries  show  that  Nick  hasn’t   been   the   best   husband,   but   is   he   really  a  killer?  Time  is  running  out   and  if  Nick  can’t  find  Amy  then  he   is  going  to  have  to  take  the  blame.   “Gone   Girl”   is   the   kind   of   book   that   keeps   you   guessing   until  the  very  last  page.  Just  when   you   think   you   figured   it   out,   something   new   happens   and   you   realize   you’re   back   where   you   started.   The   story   is   intense   and   horrifyingly  good.  I  liked  the  way   that   the   author   wrote   it   because   the   reader   hears   the   story   from   Nick’s  side,  and  at  the  same  time   there   are   diary   entries   from  Amy   that   she   wrote   before   she   went   missing.   “Gone   Girl”   reveals   the   dark   side   of   marriage   and   the   lengths   that   people   will   go   to   get   what  they  want.  There  is  a  realness   to   the   characters   that   makes   me   believe   that   this   incident   could   have   actually   happened   in   real   life.   I   would   highly   recommend   this  book  to  people  who  like  to  be   shocked   when   they   read   the   end   of  a  story.    

Diana’s  Picks: “Is  Everyone  Hanging  Out   Without  Me?  (And  Other   Concerns)”  Author:  Mindy  Kaling Genre:  Non-­Fiction,  Memoir,   Humor,     In   comedian   Mindy   Kaling’s   literary   debut,   “Is   Everyone   Hanging   Out   Without   Me?   (And   Other   Concerns)”   she   reveals   an   intimate   glimpse   into   her   life   through   essay   form.   Kaling  shares  anecdotes  featuring  

the   life   lessons   she’s   learned   from   the   important   and   usually   hilarious  moments  of  her  life.    In   the  223  pages  of  the  book,  Kaling   teaches   readers   how   betrayal   at   The  Cheesecake  Factory  can  help   you   make   real   friends,   how   to   perform   the   perfect   “Irish   Exit”   at   parties   you   want   to   leave   and   how   creating   a   play   about   Matt   Damon   and   Ben   Affleck   with   your  bestfriend  can  jumpstart  your   career.     The  fast  pace  of  Kaling’s  book   makes  it  impossible  to  put  down.     However,  what  makes  the  book  so   captivating  is  its  perfect  balance  of   humor   and   heartfeltness.     Kaling   is  excellent  at  revealing  moments   of   learning   following   her   stories,   such   as   what   she   learned   from   her   failed   experience   as   an   SNL   writer.     Although   Kaling’s   book   does   include   a   few   “rich   people   problems”   such   as   a   chapter   debating   how   much   fame   she   wants,   her   slight   unawareness   doesn’t   doesn’t   take   away   from   the   rest   of   the   book.   Overall,   reading  Kaling’s  book  feels  more   like  catching  up  with  an  old  friend   than   reading   another   novel   by   celebrity   who   thinks   they   can   write.   “The  Fault  in  Our  Stars”   Author:  John  Green Genre:  Fiction,  Young  Adult     John  Green’s  fourth  solo  novel   “The   Fault   in   Our   Stars”,   looks   at   the   life   Hazel   Lancaster,   a   16-­year-­old  girl  with  cancer.    The   novel  begins  with  Hazel  attending   a  cancer  support  group  where  she   meets   cancer   survivor   Augustus   “Gus”   Waters.     It’s   love   at   first   sight   for   the   pair.     Hazel   shares   her   favorite   book   “An   Imperial   Afflection”   with   Gus   and   after   his   first   read,   he   becomes   just   as   obsessed   as   Hazel.     Using   Gus’   wish   from   the   Genie   Foundation,   the   pair   travels   to   Amsterdam   to   meet   the   reclusive   author,   Peter   Van  Houten,  of  the  beloved  novel   so   he   can   answer   their   questions   from   the   novel.       The   trip   is   a   disaster   with   an   unreceptive   Van   Houten,  who  is  not  only  a  recluse   but   now   an   alcoholic   who   has   no   intention   to   write   again.     The   pair   returns   home,   where   Gus   reveals   to   Hazel   that   his   cancer   has   returned   and   he   doesn’t   have   much   longer   to   live.   The   novel   continues  as  Gus  lives  out  his  final   days,  and  ends  with  a  eulogy. Green’s   novel   is   a   heartbreaking   and   inspiring   work   of   young   adult   literature.     He   successfully   makes   a   story   about   cancer,  not  just  about  cancer.    He   perfectly   captures   the   tone   and   emotions  of  his  teenage  characters   that   gives   the   novel   a   feeling   of   authenticity.     The   313   pages   of   the   novel   fly   by   while   reading   it.     “The   Fault   in   Our   Stars”   really   cements   Green’s   status   as   the   go-­to  young  adult  author.

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Khjaf_Zj]YcÚdeha[ck By MIKE HORKY Contributing Writer While  I’m  sure  everyone  is  going  to  be   on   vacation   or   out   partying   during   spring   break,   if   you   find   some   free   time   in   your   busy   schedule,   I’d   recommend   checking   out  these  movies:  

Dead Man Down (March 8) Niels   Arden   Oplev   (“The   Girl   With   The   Dragon   Tattoo”)   returns   with   this   action-­thriller   starring   Colin   Farrell,   Noomi   Rapace   and   Terrence   Howard.   While  a  stellar  cast  plus  an  action-­packed   plot  doesn’t  usually  make  for  a  great  film,   there’s  something  about  the  style  presented   in   the   trailer   that’s   exciting   and,   above   all,   fun.   It’s   a   classic   revenge   tale,   so   if   you’re  looking  for  something  original,  this   might  not  be  the  film  for  you.  But  Farrell   is   always   a   joy   to   watch   onscreen,   as   is   Rapace.  And   Howard   playing   a   villain   is   almost  too  enticing  to  pass  up.  Plus  Opley   showed  himself  to  be  a  more  than  capable   director   with   “The   Girl  With  The   Dragon   Tattoo,”   and   thrillers   are   nothing   new   to   him.   His   style   is   very   dark,   but   he   can   always  keep  his  audiences  interested.  This   looks   to   be   the   start   of   a   good   season   of   action  films,  and  should  make  us  forget  all   about  “A  Good  Day  To  Die  Hard.”

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (March 15) Is   it   going   to   be   stupid?   Probably.   Is   it  going  to  be  a  big  awards  contender  this   year?  Probably  not.  Is  it  going  to  be  a  fun   movie   to   see   with   your   friends?   I’d   say   yes.   The   film   revolves   around   two   Las   Vegas   magicians   (Steve   Carell   and   Steve   Buscemi)   who   find   themselves   loathing   one   another   after   years   of   partnership   onstage.   In   addition,   they   face   a   threat   from  a  local  street  magician  (Jim  Carrey),  

who   might   put   them   out   of   business   if   they   don’t   get   their   act   together.   It’s   a   classic  buddy  comedy  flick,  but  it  appears   stylishly  original.  Carell  is  a  great  comedic   actor,   and   Buscemi   is   just   a   great   actor,   period.   The   trailer   suggests   they   have   great   chemistry,   and   it   would   be   nice   to   see   them   deliver   on   that.   And   finally   we   see   Carrey   back   in   the   goofy,   comedic   role   he’s   notorious   for   playing.   It’ll   be   refreshing   to   see   two   veterans   of   comedy   going   head-­to-­head   in   what   looks   like   a   fun   time   at   the   movies.   Plus   a   supporting   cast  of  Olivia  Wilde,  Alan  Arkin  and  James   Gandolfini  isn’t  too  bad  either.  This  could   be  the  first  good  comedy  of  the  year.

From Up On Poppy Hill (March 15) Studio   Ghibli   has   not   made   a   bad   film,   and   this   one   from   Goro   and   Hayao   Miyazaki   looks   like   no   exception.  Taking   place   in   the   aftermath   of   World   War   II,   it   follows   the   young   love   story   of   two   teenagers   caught   up   in   a   generation   trying   to   forget   their   troubled   past.   As   their  love  begins  to  blossom,  a  dark  secret   from  their  past  threatens  to  tear  them  apart.   From  the  trailer  it  looks  gorgeous,  and  the   story  is  classic  Miyazaki  (while  the  film  is   directed   by   Goro,   the   script   is   penned   by   his  father  Hayao  Miyazaki).  Studio  Ghibli   never  disappoints,  and  this  film  looks  like   another   winner.   If   it’s   playing   near   you,   check  it  out.

The Place Beyond The Pines (March 29) Derek   Cianfrance   surprised   audiences   in   2009   with   his   bleak   love   story   “Blue   Valentine.”   It   was   a   beautiful,   sad   and,   above  all,  a  powerful  portrait  of  a  marriage   slowly   crumbling   as   time   progresses.   In   his   new   film,   he   teams   up   with   “Blue   Valentine”  star  Ryan  Gosling,  and  boy  does   it   look   good.   Focusing   on   a   motorcycle   rider   (Gosling),   the   film   explores   his  

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Noomi Rapace, left, and Colin Farrell in a scene from "Dead Man Down," hitting theaters March 8. decision   to   commit   a   crime   in   order   to   support   his   family,   only   to   find   himself   under   the   watch   of   a   policeman   (Bradley   Cooper),   locking   them   in   a   rivalry   that   could   put   both   their   families   in   danger.   The   trailer   looks   thrilling   and   exciting,   and   Cianfrance   has   proven   himself   to   be   a   very   capable   director.   The   cast   is   also   includesGosling,  Cooper,  Ray  Liotta,  Rose   Byrne,  Eva  Mendes  and  Bruce  Greenwood.   It’s  stylish,  edgy  and  looks  like  a  satisfying   start  to  the  good  movie  season  ahead.

Room 237 (March 27)

Kubrick’s   horror   masterpiece   “The   Shining,”  but  takes  a  clever  approach  to  its   subject  matter.  It  doesn’t  just  talk  about  the   craft   of   the   film   –   it   discusses   the   hidden   messages   and   themes   that   many   believe   are   present   in   this   classic   film.   It   takes   the  words  of  many  scholars,  theorists  and   film   enthusiasts   who   believe   they   have   cracked   the   true   meaning   of   Kubrick’s   “The  Shining.”  It  seems  like  an  interesting   concept,   and   the   early   reviews   are   astoundingly   good.   While   documentaries   aren’t  very  popular,  this  seems  like  a  cool,   provocative  one  to  check  out.

This   documentary   follows   Stanley  

Not stoked for 'Stoker,' disappointing new release

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Matthew Goode, left, Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska, right, in a scene from "Stoker." By EMMA RUBENSTEIN Staff Writer Chan-­wook   Park’s   newest   film  “Stoker”  is  visually  stunning,   but  lacks  the  kind  of  gratification   and   gusto   that   makes   a   movie   worth   the   trip   to   the   theater.   Though   an   all-­star   cast   backs   the   film,   commendable   actors   cannot  save  it  from  an  incoherent   storyline,  awkward  pacing,  and  a   lack  of  heart. “Stoker”  follows  the  story  of   a   young   girl   named   India   Stoker   (Mia   Wasikowska)   who   loses   her   father   to   a   horrible   accident.  

In   the   wake   of   her   father’s   death,   India   is   left   to   live   with   her   mother   (Nicole   Kidman),   but   soon   they   are   joined   by   her   father’s   long   lost   brother   named   Charlie   (Matthew   Goode).   The   longer   India’s   uncle   stays   in   the   house,   the   more   her   world   is   transformed,   leading   her   to   discoveries   and   happenings   that   she  never  could  have  imagined.   Though   it   is   apparent   that   Wasikowska   is   trying   not   to   drown   in   the   incoherencies   within   the   film,   she   is,   perhaps,   the   one   redeeming   aspect   of   it.   Her   performance   is   graceful   and   intriguing;;   she   manages   to   mold  

an   interesting   and   believable   character  that  is  self-­sufficient  and   enjoyable   despite   an   uninspiring   film.   She   possesses   an   ethereal   quality   that   is   both   chilling   and   absorbing.   While   Wasikowska   shined,   Goode’s   villainous   role   fell   flat.   His   performance   was   indecisive,   choppy   and   simply   not   well-­ rounded   enough   to   foster   an   effective   character.   Even   the   evilest   of   villains   possess   some   past,   though   Charlie’s   seemed   forced   and   one-­dimensional.   His   character   is   disturbingly   malicious,   though   it   seems   to   stem   from   nowhere,   leaving  

the   audience   in   ineffective   and   upsetting  confusion. Kidman’s   performance   is   similarly   lackluster.   It   is   unclear   whether  the  audience  is  supposed   to   like   her   or   not,   though   this   dichotomy   seems   unintentional   and   confusing   rather   than   purposefully   muddled.   Her   performance  is  far  too  hesitant  to   satisfy  an  audience;;  it  leaves  them   to  have  to  draw  the  conclusions  in   all   of   the   areas   that   they   should   not  have  to. The   overall   onslaught   of   maliciousness   in   “Stoker”   is   too   much   to   take.   Some   movies   choose   to   overwhelm   their  

audience   with   malice   and   do   it   pointedly   and   masterfully.   In   this   case,   though,   it   seems   unintentional   and   awkward.   The   film   tackles   taboo   themes   and   ventures   into   dangerous   territories,  which  becomes  almost   offensive  when  it  is  not  backed  up   with  a  thoughtful  and  meaningful   film. Though   it   does   not   excuse   a   poor   movie,   “Stoker”   does   possess   some   truly   beautiful   cinematography.   It   is   unique,   quirky   and   fascinating,   though   it   is   never   distracting.   While   the   content   of   the   film   is   lacking,   Park   still   manages   to   provide   his   audience   with   a   film   that   is   visually   appealing   and   engrossing. While   “Stoker”   does   have   its   moments,   its   overall   effect   is   simultaneously   sloppy   and   tedious.   With   stellar   actors   and   the   beginnings   of   some   peculiar   ideas,  it  possesses  immense  room   for   potential   but   uses   none   of   it   properly.   There   is   too   much   and   too   little   going   on   at   the   same   time,   which   cultivates   a   film   that   is   both   technically   and   intuitively   poor.   While   “Stoker”   does  redeem  itself  in  some  ways,   in  this  case  your  money  is  better   spent  somewhere  else.


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With Netflix's success of the new streaming-only 'House of Cards,' what's next for cable? By NATHAN WEISMAN Contributing Writer   The   way   we   consume   media   is   constantly   changing   and   evolving.   From   the   radio   to   movies,   and   from   movies   to   television  and  the  Internet,  the  way  we  are   exposed  to  entertainment  is  ever-­evolving   to  fit  into  our  lives.  With  the  success  of  the   Netflix   original   series,   House   of   Cards,   it   seems   the   way   we   get   media   is   about   to  

change  again.   As  cable  networks  are  starting  to  move   online  through  sites  like  Hulu  and  HBOgo,   they   have   become   less   willing   to   license   their   content   to   Netflix   and   other   online   distributors.   To   keep   their   subscribers   Netflix,  as  well  as  Amazon  have  started  to   produce   their   own   shows   such   as   “House   of  Cards.”   “House   of   Cards,”   which   stars   Kevin  Spacey  as  a  bloodthirsty  politician,   premiered  on  Netflix  on  February  1.  Instead  

of  only  releasing  a  single  episode  at  a  time   like   a   traditional   television   series,   Netflix   chose  to  release  all  thirteen  episodes  of  the   first  season  at  the  same  time.    The  choice   to  release  the  season  all  at  once  was  based   on  information  gathered  by  Netflix  on  the   viewing  behavior  of  its  customers.   Netflix   tracks   all   manner   information   about   customers,   ranging   from   what   shows   are   popular   to   when   costumers  pause  or  watch  several  episodes   of  a  show  in  a  row.  The  company  has  used  

this   information   to   try   and   improve   their   service   for   customers   by   implementing   features   such   as   auto   play,   a   feature   that   automatically   starts   the   next   episode   of   a   show.   Netflix   created   “House   of   Cards”   largely   based   off   of   the   data   they   had   collected,   in   particular   these   three   points:   people   like   David   Fincher,     people   like   Kevin  Spacey,  and  people  liked  the  British   version  of  “House  of  Cards.”   Netflix’s   approach   to   creating   original   content   is   uniquely   formed   to   fit   their   business   as   a   subscription   service.   Since  they  make  their  money  by  attracting   and  retaining  subscribers,  not  advertising,   Netflix   is   interested   in   a   different   set   of   numbers   then   regular   television.   The   success   of   “House   of   Cards”   for   Netflix   will  be  marked  on  how  many  people  watch   the  show  on  a  timeline  of  a  fiscal  quarter   or   perhaps   years   rather   than   how   many   people  tune  in  each  week.       Moving  forward  from  the  success  of   the  first  season  of  “House  of  Cards,”  Netflix   is   bringing   back   “Arrested   Development”   for  a  fourth  season.  Originally  aired  on  Fox   but  canceled  after  three  seasons,  “Arrested   Development”   has   retained   a   strong   cult   following  on  Netflix  which  streams  all  the   original  seasons.  Netflix  plans  on  releasing   the  whole  forth  season  of  the  show  at  the   same  time  later  this  year.     In   addition   to   Netflix,   Hulu   and   Amazon   have   also   started   making   original   content.   Amazon   has   turned   to   its   customers   in   helping   create   content   for   Amazon   Studios,   their   production   company.  Amazon  users  can  submit  show   ideas   to   Amazon   studios   if   selected   can   receive   $10,000   to   develop   the   show,   and   another   $50,000   if   Amazon   puts   the   show   into   production   Amazon   studios   is   currently   looking   for   comedy   series   and   original  children’s  programming.


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Another one bites the dust

All good things must come to an end, even your favorite TV shows — get ready to set your DVR one last time By TAYLOR HOLT Contributing Writer If   saying   goodbye   to   Jerry   from   "Seinfeld"   or   Cory   and   Topanga   from   “Boy   Meets   World”   or   the   star   of   your   favorite   TV   show   you   loved   and   grew   up  with  wasn’t  enough,  the  never-­ending   cycle   of   goodbyes   is   continuing   on   this   year.   The   TV   shows   that   have   been   around  for  a  good  five,  10  or  maybe  even   more   years   are   now   coming   to   a   close   with  final  seasons.   NBC’s   “The   Office,”   The   CW’s   “90210”  and  AMC’s  “Breaking  Bad”  are   just   a   few   of   the   TV   series   that   have   or   will   be   wrapping   up   their   seasons   for   good  in  2013.  For  some  of  the  cable  TV   series   viewers,   the   recent   announcement   of   these   endings   is   a   good   thing.   For   others,  it  is  a  rather  sad  time.   A   total   of   64   shows   are   ending   or   being  cancelled  for  the  2012-­2013  season.   The   list   of   television   series   includes   the   “Secret   Life   of   the  American  Teenager,”   “Gossip   Girl,”   “The   Office,”   “Breaking   Bad,”  “90210,”  NBC’s  “30  Rock,”  Fox’s   “Fringe,”   Showtime’s   “Weeds”   and   MTV's  “Jersey  Shore.”   The   reasons   behind   these   shows   wrapping   up   their   seasons   ranged   from   low   ratings/viewings   to   actors   and   actresses  going  down  another  path  in  their   careers.   The   ending   of   the   longtime   TV   series   is   paving   the   way   for   new   shows   to   make   their   mark   in   the   entertainment   world. “The   networks   will   keep   cancelling   TV   shows   just   as   surely   as   they'll   keep   introducing  new  ones,”  said  the  TV  Series   Finale  News  website  in  a  recent  article. The   endings   of   very   popular   TV   shows   like   “The   Office”   and   “Jersey   Shore”  are  upsetting  to  their  top  viewers   most   of   all.   After   nine   seasons,   “The   Office”  is  officially  ending  in  May  2013.   This  sitcom  starring  Steve  Carell,  about  a   group   of   employees   in   an   office   setting,   was  NBC’s  highest  rated  scripted  series.   “I’ve   only   watched   one   or   two   episodes   of   the   show   but   I   know   a   few   people   who   are   really   upset   about   it   ending,”  said  Reonna  Taylor,  a  student  at   Illinois  State  University.   Another  highly  ranked  TV  show  that   recently   ended   after   six   seasons   was   “Gossip   Girl.“   The   drama-­filled   show   about   a   group   of   teenagers   living   in   Manhattan   ended   its   season   with   an   unexpected   twist   leaving   some   fans   wanting  more  but  some  quite  satisfied. “I   think   it   was   time   for   the   show   to   end,”   said   Jace   Ross,   a   student   from   the   Chicago  area. With   these   once   very   popular   shows   being   cancelled,   it   seemed   like   an   odd   thing  for  some  people  but,  realistically,  no   show  can  go  on  forever. “It’s   great   to   move   on   and   do   something   different,”   said   Leighton   Meester,   one   of   the   “Gossip   Girl”   cast   members  in  an  Us  Weekly  article.  

However,   for   some   shows,   many   viewers   thought   these   endings   weren’t   such  a  bad  thing.   The  most  recent  announcement  of  the   show  “90210”  ending  was  not  a  surprise   to  many  people  nor  was  it  a  big  deal.   “I  didn’t  even  know  new  episodes  of   the  show  were  currently  still  airing,”  said   Ryan  Ashley,  a  Chicago  resident.   For   the   highly   rated   reality   show   “Jersey   Shore”   based   on   six   Italian-­ American   adults   living   in   New   Jersey,   it   wasn’t   a   personal   television   series   favorite  and  after  its  final  season  in  2012,   some  people  thought  it  never  even  should   have  went  on  for  as  long  as  it  did.   “I   used   to   watch   it   but   after   the   first   three   seasons,   I   was   just   over   it,”   said   Ashley. Although  the  show  seemed  to  be  a  hit,   which   is   the   reason   why   it   went   on   for   six   seasons,   the   entertainment   gradually   started   to   get   old.   The   same   went   for   a   number   of   television   shows   like   “Secret   Life  of  the  American  Teenager,”  which  is   ending  this  year.   According  to  WetPaint  Entertainment’s   website,   the   shows   that   will   be   missed   most   were   Gossip   Girl,   followed   by   the   Secret   Life   of   the   American   Teenager   and   Jersey   Shore.   The   least   missed   shows   were   “30   Rock”   and   Showtime’s   “Weeds.”   As   for   the   rumors   about   “Grey’s   Anatomy“   going   off   the   air   after   this   season,   speculation   is   still   in   the   air.   In   the   midst   of   its   ninth   season,   the   show   about   a   group   of   doctors   and   interns   balancing   personal   and   professional   life   doesn’t   seem   to   get   old.   Whether   or   not   this   will   be   the   last   season   has   not   been   announced,  all  we  can  do  is  wait  to  see.   There  is  always  talk  about  shows  that   should   or   shouldn’t   have   been   taken   off   the   air,   but   this   doesn’t   seem   to   be   one   of  them.     On  the  other  hand  with  ratings  down  a   considerable  amount  from  its  first  season,   American   Idol   is   one   of   the   shows   that   people  believe  should  have  ended  a  long   time   ago.   Currently   airing   is   the   show’s   12th  season,  but  some  viewers  still  aren’t   pleased   with   the   transformation   of   the   show   over   the   years.   This   week   the   show  had  fewer  viewers  in  the  18-­49  age   demographic   than   Modern   Family   on   ABC,  according  to  Forbes  Magazine.   “I   only   watch   it   for   the   auditions”,   said  Ashley.   According   to   Complex   Magazine’s   website,   a   number   of   shows   along   with   American   Idol   should   have   went   off   the   air  a  while  ago.  The  Simpsons  at  number   one,   followed   by   Jersey   Shore,   Toddlers   and  Tiaras,  Tyler  Perry’s  House  of  Payne,   Teen  Mom  and  the  list  goes  on.   Yes,  the  days  of  watching  wholesome   TV  shows  has  changed  with  the  interests   in   modern   day   pop   culture.   Whether   the   goodbyes   come   too   early,   right   on   time   or   are   past   due,   the   ongoing   cycle   will   continue  in  trying  to  please  viewers.

Breaking Bad, 2008 - 2013

90210, 2008 - 2013

Photo courtesy of CW

Weeds, 2005 - 2012

Photo courtesy of MTV

Photo courtesy of AMC

Photo courtesy of SHOWTIME

Jersey Shore, 2009 - 2012


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DePaul STA Typeforce debut By AMANDA DRISCOLL Copy Editor The   opening   ceremony   for   Typeforce  4,  the  annual  showcase   of   emerging   typographic   artists   and  designers  in  the  Chicago  area   was  held  Friday,  March  1.   Previous   Typeforce   events   have   included   artists   like   Rick   Valicenti   from   Chicago-­based   design   firm   3st   and   former   DePaul   professor   and   alumni   Jeremiah  Chiu. This   year,   a   group   of   seven   graphic   design   students   and   Professor   Chris   Kalis   from   DePaul   were   also   showcased   at   Typeforce. Together   they   created   a   typography   piece   that   invited   guests   to   also   be   a   part   of   the   show.   "We   were   really   really   lucky   to   have   a   great   initial   idea   by   two   students,   Julia   Simplicio  

and   Samantha   Rangel,"   said   recent   DePaul   grad,   Constantine   Pitstilos.  "We  looked  at  Typeforce   entrees  in  the  past,  and  they  came   up   with   the   idea   of   having   our   piece   start   with   nothing,   and   throughout  the  night  it  will  reveal   itself  with  help  from  the  guests." The   group   created   a   piece   comprising   hundreds   of   black   lines  against  a  white  background.   Some   of   the   lines   were   longer   than   others,   with   some   creating   a   "dotted-­line"   effect   against   the   stark   white   backdrop.   However,   the   piece   was   still   incomplete   without   the   help   of   guests   at   Typeforce.   Those   willing   to   participate   were   instructed   to   place  pieces  of  blue  masking  tape   on  the  dotted  lines  throughout  the   piece. "At  the  beginning  of  the  show,   our   piece   looked   like   nothing   more   than   lines   on   a   wall,"   said   Samantha  Rangel,  an  advertising   senior.   "Throughout   the   night,  

as   people   added   more   and   more   tape,  it  came  together  beautifully   into  a  life-­sized  phrase." The  designers  chose  a  famous   double-­negative  quote  by  Stephen   Hawking:   "Nothing   cannot   exist   forever." Katherine   Brown,   a   senior   graphic   design   major   explains   the   meaning   behind   Hawking's   quote. "I   loved   the   quote   we   chose   because   I   love   the   idea   that   the   absence   of   something   cannot   last   for   ever,"   said   Brown.   "Something   must   eventually   exist.  That   was   exactly   what   our   project   was   about,   it   couldn't   be   left  blank  forever." To   participate   in   this   event,   designers   were   specifically   selected.  Designers  had  to  submit   work   to   Firebelly   Design   and   be   a   chosen   participate   in   order   to   have   their   work   displayed   at   Typeforce. "Overall,  Typeforce  has  been  

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LEFT: Typeforce 4 patron walking in front of DePaul STA's piece "Type by Tape." RIGHT: Guests at opening reception. the   first   major   project   where   all   the   members   of   STA   have   collaborated   and   contributed,"   said  Reo  Leung,  a  junior  graphic   design  major.    "It  was  incredible   to   hear,   when   they   announced   the   chosen   participants,   that   our   submission   had   been   selected.   Not   only   had   we   been   selected,   but   we   were   the   only   university   graphic  design  student  chapter  in   the   entire   show!   So   when   it   got   around   to   opening   night,   seeing   our   finished   piece   in   the   gallery   was   an   extremely   surreal   and   humbling  experience." In   addition   to   the   project   made  by  members  of  the  DePaul   Society   of   Typographic   Arts   (STA),  there  are  also  a  multitude  of  

other   interactive   and   stimulating   projects   displayed   at   Typeforce   4.   Notable   contributors   include   work   from   Slightly   Offensive   Chicago   Posters,   CMYKittens   and  Double  Blind. The   exhibition   will   run   through   Friday,   March   15   from   6-­10   p.m.   Typeforce   is   located   at   The   Co-­Prosperity   Sphere   in   Bridgeport  on  3219  South  Morgan   Street.   To   visit   the   gallery,   you   can   take   the   Halsted   bus   south   to   31st   and   walk   to   Morgan   Street,   or   take   the   orange   line   to   Halsted.   It   may   be   a   lengthy   trip,   but   the   ingenious   design   by   DePaul   students   and   other   notable  Chicago  artists  make  the   trip  more  than  worthwhile.

Major Lazer brings high energy night to the Congress

By ROBERT MARTIN Contributing Writer

Chicago’s   Congress   Theater   has   become   a   beacon   for   the   seemingly   endless   supply   of   high  profile  EDM  tours  currently   traversing   North   America.   The   massive  venue  is  grimy,  unkempt,   and   unquestionably   wild   when   nearly  3,000  fans  turned  up. Such   was   the   case   Saturday   night   when   Diplo   brought   his   merry   gang   of   Major   Lazer   to   the   city   for   a   night   of   sheer   dance   pandemonium.   The   outfit,   originally  a  collaboration  between   Diplo   and   producer   Switch   has   seen   a   lineup   change   in   the   last   year   with   the   departure   of   the   latter.   Thankfully,   none   of   the   high-­octane   madness   of   the   live   show  has  been  lost. After   an   eclectic   mix   of   openers   that   most   notably   included   east   coast   trap   stars   “Gents   and   Jawns,”   the   Philly   producer  promptly  took  the  stage   at   11   p.m.   alongside   hype   men   and   collaborators   Walshy   Fire   and  Jillionaire. A   heavily   MC’d   experience,   Diplo   and   his   crew   quickly   took   to   the   crowd   passing   out   dozens  of  vuvuzelas  while  a  pair  

of   dancers   clad   in   “Free   The   Universe”   skirts   juked   like   this   was  the  end. Moments   later   as   the   producer's   bouncey   beat   kicked   into  overdrive,  a  series  of  on  stage   cannons   fired   round   after   round.   It  was  a  truly  visceral  experience   that   few   EDM   shows,   despite   all   their   lights   and   grandeur,   can   replicate. Diplo   is   an   artist   who   demands   his   audience   be   every   bit  as  invested  in  the  performance   as   he   is,   and   Major   Lazer’s   live   set  is  a  relentless  testament  of  that   attitude.   Even   as   the   adrenaline   rush   of   the   show’s   kickoff   began   to   pass,   the   black   tied   DJ   and   Walshy   Fire   were   readily   crawling   into   man   sized   hamster   balls  to  attack  the  crowd  head  on,   a   note   taken   from   Flaming   Lips   front   man   Wayne   Coyne   who’s   been   climbing   over   fans   in   the   ball  for  years. Beyond   the   theatrics,   Diplo   managed   to   spin   an   immaculate   set   that   spanned   the   last   year   of   his  busy  career  while  still  teasing   at  the  future  with  samplings  of  the   next   Major   Lazer   record   “Free   the   Universe,”   due   out   April   15   on  the  Mad  Decent  label.  Among   the   new   tracks   came   the   jumpy   “Bubble  Butt,”  including  features  

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Crowd for Major Lazer at The Congress Theater, Saturday, March 2. from  Bruno  Mars  and  Tyga. The  song  shows  somewhat  of  a   new  direction  for  the  Major  Lazer   project;;   whose   last   long   runner   was   full   of   foreign   supporting   artists   Diplo   discovered   in   his   many   ventures   through   the   Jamaican   dancehall   scene.   That   influence   was   certainly   not   lost  

on  Saturday  night,  as  many  of  the   bigger   audience   reactions   came   to   classics   like   “Pon   De   Floor”   and  “Hold  the  Line.” Closing   out   the   night,   Diplo   tugged   at   the   heartstrings,   dropping   three   variants   of   single   “Get   Free,”   a   slow-­rolling   reggae   jam   featuring   crooner  

Amber   Coffman   of   “The   Dirty   Projectors.”  The  wishful  song  sets   a   different   pace   from   the   body   rocking   beats   that   characterized   the  rest  of  the  night.  Waving  “Free   the   Universe”   flags,   Jillionaire   and   Walshy   Fire   brought   the   crowd   down   peacefully   from   a   joyful  and  sweaty  high.


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Ebony Fashion Fair brings glamour to Chicago History Museum By KELSEY KENNEDY Contributing Writer If  someone  was  to  tell  you  that   the  vintage  designs  of  Valentino,   Dior,   Halston,   Carolina   Herrera,   Vivienne   Westwood,   Yves   Saint   Laurent,   Emilio   Pucci,   Missoni,   Oscar   de   la   Renta   and   Christian   Lacoix  (just  to  name  a  few)  would   all  be  on  display  under  the  same   roof,  one  would  usually  think  this   fashion   Mecca   would   be   taking   place  in  Paris  or  even  New  York   at  best,  but  that’s  not  the  case.  The   Chicago  History  Museum  will  be   housing   all   of   these   magnificent   designs   for   the   Ebony   Fashion   Fair   from   March   16,   2013,   until   Jan.  5,  2014.   Ebony  is  a  monthly  magazine   that  targets  the  African-­American   market   and   was   created   in   Chicago   in   1945   by   John   H.   Jonson.   The   magazine   has   had   many   famous   faces   grace   its   cover   including   Zoe   Saldana,   Michael   Jackson,   Diana   Ross,   Tyler   Perry   and   even   Barack   Obama.   To   celebrate   the   many   years  Ebony  has  been  involved  in   the  fashion  world,  the  publication   is   bringing   itopop7kl,mhklu7k,s   fair   back   to   their   home   base   of   Chicago.  The  Ebony  Fashion  Fair   began   in   1958,   traveling   around   the   country   showcasing   years   of   Ebony  history.   “Chicago   was   a   launch-­pad   for  a  nationally  traveling  fashion   show  that  showcased  how  fashion  

became   a   vehicle   for   African-­ American   empowerment,   pride,   and   achievement,”   said   Nicholas  Glenn,  communications   coordinator   for   the   Chicago   History  Museum. The   Ebony   Fashion   Fair   is   a   monumental   event   for   the   Chicago   History   Museum.   “This   will   be   the   largest   special   exhibition  in  the  Museum’s  150-­ year  history,”  said  Glenn. The   exhibition   curators   are   Joy   Bivins,   a   former   Exhibition   Developer,   and  Virginia   Heaven,   a   Columbia   College   Chicago   Fashion   Professor.   Bivins   and   Heaven   collaborated   on   the   exhibition   and   chose   the   most   unique  garments  to  best  represent   the  world  of  Ebony  Fashion.   “We   reached   out   to   Johnson   Publishing   Company   and   they   allowed  us  to  access  their  Ebony   Fashion   Fair   fashion   archive.   We   then   chose   67   of   the   most   significant  garments,”  said  Glenn. These   67   garments   that   were   handpicked   will   be   the   focus   of   the  exhibition.  Bivins  and  Heaven   want  guests  of  the  museum  to  get   the   full   Ebony   experience   when   arriving  at  the  exhibit  and  to  help   ensure  this  is  the  case,  guests  will   be  greeted  with  a  red  carpet  when   entering  the  fashion  exhibition.   Bivins   told   the   Chicago   History   Museum   that,   “We   hope   visitors   will   have   the   impression   of   attending   an   exclusive   event   that   was   put   together   just   for   them   where   they   will   be   wowed  

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by   fantastic   garments   and   a   powerful  American  story.”   After   walking   the   red   carpet,   guests  will  see  that  the  exhibition   is   broken   up   into   three   parts   to   help   tell   the   story   of   Ebony’s   fashion   history.   The   first   section   is   entitled   “Vision,”   and   it   will   feature   30   outfits   from   the   20th   century   that   will   include   designers   such   as   Givenchy   and   Christian   LaCoix.   The   second   section   of   the   exhibition   is   entitled  “Innovation,”  this  section   will   praise   the   bold   designs   and   fashion   forward   looks   from   designers   such   as   Emilio   Pucci.   Finally,   the   last   section   of   this  

exhibition,  entitled  “Power,”  will   feature  almost  twenty  of  the  most   glamour’s   looks   from   Ebony’s   fashion   archives.   This   “Power”   finale   will   feature   designs   from   Valentino,   Alexander   McQueen,   Halston,  Lagerfeld,  and  Dior. Heaven   told   the   Chicago   History  Museum  that  picking  out   the   perfect   ensembles   to   feature   in   the   exhibit   wasn’t   an   easy   task.   “As   we   selected   ensembles   our   challenge   was   not   what   to   include,   but   what   to   leave   out   when  presented  with  a  collection   that   resembled   a   pirate’s   booty   of   extraordinary   fashion   significance,”  said  Heaven. The  Chicago  History  Museum   will  kick  off  the  exhibit,  Inspiring  

Beauty,   50   Years   of   Ebony   Fashion  Fair,  on  March  15,  2013,   with   a   black   tie   gala.   Tickets   to   the   costume   ball   are   $1,000   per   ticket  and  guests  will  have  a  first   look   at   the   exhibition   as   well   as   special   designer   garments   that   will   only   be   on   display   for   the   gala. Luckily   for   DePaul   students   we   don’t   have   to   spend   $1,000   and   attend   a   gala   just   to   get   a   glimpse   of   these   fashion   archives   as   the   Chicago   History   Museum   offers   free   admission   for   all   current   students.   So   take   a   break   from   finals   and   head   to   the   Chicago   History   Museum   to   get   inspired   from   the   vintage   fashions.  


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Paris Fashion Week By KRISTEN GOLDSTEIN Contributing Writer For   the   last   month   we’ve   gotten   a   look   at   what   fashion   will   look   like   this   coming   fall,   and   the   style   preview,   that   each   season   takes   us   all   over   the   world,   ended   last   week   in   Paris.   With   shows   from   McCartney,   Marant,  and  McQueen,  the  city  of   lights  brings  out  the  most  historic   of   design   houses   and   some   of   the   most   talented   names.   Louis   Vuitton  brought  out  the  big  guns   with   Kate   Moss,   Saint   Laurent’s   newly   found   grunge   sensibility   got   people   talking,   and   Chanel’s   show   literally   circled   the   globe,   but   here’s   five   more   collections   held   during   the   final   week   of   fashion’s  most  celebrated  season:

Balenciaga

consisted   of   chubby   fur   coats   in   a   multi-­colored   marbled   swirl   pattern   paired   with   velvet   lace   pants   –   two   pieces   definitely   worth  talking  about.  Overall,  the   fall   showing   from   Balenciaga’s   newest   head   designer   proved   to   be   a   strong   start,   and   this   new   era   is   being   written   about   with   optimism   by   even   the   most   cynical  of  style  critics.

Celine After   Celine’s   show,   the   headline   on   Vogue’s   homepage   read  “Simply  Perfect:  Celine  Fall   2013”,  a  bold  statement  sure,  but   one  not  too  far  off  from  the  truth.   It   mostly   has   to   do   with   the   fact   that  when  viewing  this  collection   ,the   immediate   impact   is   how   not   only   is   it   sophisticated,   but   it   looks   completely   comfortable   –   a   combination   not   always   guaranteed  from  design  favorites.   Dresses   of   melton   wool   with   imitation-­sleeve   tied   knots,   and   bulky   knits   paired   on   top   of   swingy,  over-­the-­knee  skirts  were   looks   that   appeared   as   cozy   as   they  did  fashionable.  Soft  yellow,   pink,   and   cream   were   prominent   colors   and   with   the   exception   of   a   red   plaid   segment,   print   was   kept  out  of  the  collection.  Lastly,   look   for   rounded   shoulders   and   oversize   lapels   on   outerwear   this   fall,   two   cuts   from   designer   Phoebe   Philo   that   will   definitely   be  influencing  brands  all  over.

Fashion   lovers   and   fashion   elite   alike   waited   with   baited   breath   to   see   what   exactly   design   superstar   Alex   Wang   would   come   up   with   for   his   first   collection   at   Balenciaga.   The   final   result   was   created   in   a   black   and   white   palette,   and   the   styling   was   kept   simple   and   clean,   with   most   of   the   focus   on   construction   and   tailoring   as   looks   were   left   with   very   little   accessories   or   embellishment.   Tops,   coats,   and   vests   were   cut   from   curved   lines   that   created   a   voluminous,   yet   stiff   silhouette.   Hemlines   on   dresses   and   skirts   Chloe were   kept   modest   and   short,   To   follow,   Chloe’s   lead   for   while   tops   were   often   cropped,   Fall   2013   means   well-­tailored   and   layered   under   cocoon   coats.   skirts   and   dresses   paired   with   The   show’s   last   two   ensembles   crisp   collared   shirts,   completed  

with   a   knee-­length   wool   coat   or   cape   to   create   a   look   full   of   1970s   nostalgia.   Or   it   means   a   sleeveless   white   shift   dress   layered   under   gold   wire   netting   formed  in  the  silhouette  of  a  tee-­ shirt  dress.  Or  it  could  also  mean   a   dove   gray   fur   coat   complete   with   a   wool   collar.   Better   yet,   Chloe’s   vision   for   fall   is   all   three.   The   completely   wearable   collection  felt  very  British  (not  a   shock   as   designer   Clare   Waight   Keller   is   a   Brit,   herself)   with   its   subdued  color  palette  and  tweed,   and   of   course   the   leather   oxford   ankle   boots   making   the   U.K.   sensibility   even   more   apparent.   In   the   accessories   department,   very   little   was   done   apart   from   Photos courtesy of AP handbags,   which   for   Chloe,   is   really   all   that   is   necessary.     LEFT: Final walk from the Celine show. Mustard   and   teal   leather   purses,   ABOVE: A look from Dior A/W 2013. as   well   as   crocodile   satchels   are   sure  to  be  contenders  for  the  next   was  a  prominent  print  at  Dior.  It   ruffle   skirts.   An   all-­over   rose   it-­bag.     was  used  most  memorably  when   print   constructed   panels   on   the   styled  as  a  bodice  and  paired  with   shoulders   of   plaid   button-­downs   Christian Dior draped,   calf-­length   skirts.   Still,   and   an   eye-­catching   design   of   It   was   an   artistic   affair   at   the   biggest   story   is   the   Warhol   vibrant   yellows   and   oranges   Christian   Dior   as   designer   Raf   prints   of   his   painted   flowers   and   brightened   up   pencil   skirts.   Simons   had   models   wearing   shoes,   so   it   will   be   interesting   Floor-­length,   see-­through   skirts   garments  featuring  prints  of  Andy   to   see   if   the   pop   art   icon   starts   made  of  white  netting  with  floral   Warhol’s   early   work,   walking   getting   more   press   for   his   other   embroidery   ended   the   show   on   on   clouds   in   a   venue   where   a   work  thanks  to  the  house  of  Dior   a  high  note,  whilst  the  coats  and   bright  blue  sky  was  projected  off   come  fall.   jackets   of   the   fall   collection   are   of   giant,   silver   spheres.   Fuller   definite  standouts.  The  mixing  of   silhouettes   were   created   with   Givenchy materials   to   create   puffer   coats,   baggy   suit   pants   and   rounded   Ricardo   Tisci’s   latest   for   biker  jackets,  and  toggle-­fastened   hips   on   coatdresses,   and   the   Givenchy   is   so   full   of   design   coatdresses  will  make  for  an  even   typical   1950s   aesthetic   will   elements   it   takes   a   number   of   wider   variety   in   outerwear,   but   please   Dior   devotees.   Simon’s   look-­throughs   to   catch   all   of   that  isn’t  a  new  design  technique.   palette   was   kept   to   neutrals,   them.   The   collection   featured   However,   if   the   deconstructed   although   a   bright   red   coat   with   boucle   and   leather   biker   jackets   peplum   effect   that   ran   through   an  oversized  tie  at  the  collar  was   paired   with   sheer   black   skirts,   the   collection   becomes   a   staple   a   brilliant   interruption.   Besides   as   well   as   Bambi-­esque   deer   next   season,   Mr.   Tisci   deserves   the  Warhol  graphics,  houndstooth   printed   sweatshirts   and   tiered   all  the  credit.  

Online exclusive: Gaslight Anthem review

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Brian Fallon, lead singer of The Gaslight Anthem at The Rivera Theatre, March 1. Visit depauliaonline.com to read a review and see more photos from the show.


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“SPINNING FRESH BEATS SINCE 1581” Graphic by MAX KLEINER | The DePaulia

By DEPAULIA STAFF It's   the   last   issue   of   winter   quarter,  so  The  DePaulia  staff  has   put  together  a  list  of  our  favorite   songs   to   put   on   while   studying.   If   you   get   all  As   on   your   finals,   you're  welcome. 1.   Michael,   Managing   Editor:   “Your  Woman”  -­  White  Town   Break   out   those   laptops   and   sharpen   your   pencils,   but   before   you   start   cramming   for   finals,   check  out  this  song  I  rediscovered   last   week   when   burning   the   midnight   oil.   A   catchy,   yet   remarkably  laid-­back  beat  layered   with   the   British-­tinged   vocals   of   White   Town   helps   take   the   edge   off   an   otherwise   stressful   and   sleepless   time.   You’ll   find  

yourself   singing   along   ‘Why   did   you   play   me   this   way?’   when   confronted  by  a  particularly  hard   math  problem  or  the  blank  pages   of  a  long  final  essay. 2.  Courtney,  Arts  &  Life  Editor:   “Comin'   Home”   -­   Murder   By   Death When   studying   or   doing   homework,   I   need   music   that's   pretty   loud   and   not   mellow   at   all,   so   enter   Murder   By   Death.   Lead   singer   Adam   Turla   has   a   voice  reminiscent  of  Johnny  Cash   mixed   with   the   frantic   strings   on   the   opening   track   from   the   2008   album   "Red   of   Tooth   and   Claw."   The   song   builds   in   way   that   makes   you   want   to   like,   get   all  of  your  work  done  as  soon  as   possible. 3.   Lynsey,   Nation   &   World  

Editor:  “Let  it  Be”  -­  Blackmill Typically  when  I  study  I  need   music   that   doesn’t   have   a   lot   of   lyrics.   Unfortunately,   that   often   leaves   me   with   classical   piano   that   makes   sleep   sound   like   a   great  idea. This  song,  however,  is  upbeat   enough   to   keep   me   awake   yet   not   as   heavy   as   other   dubstep.   Blackmill   is   self-­described   as   “melodic   dubstep,”   which   I,   a   music   novice,   would   describe   as   beautifully   entrancing   instrumental  magic. 4.   Amanda,   Copy   Editor:   “Swansea”   -­   Bombay   Bicycle   Club Reining   from   London,   England,   BBC   has   a   unique   sound  that  never  disappoints.  Off   their   sophomore   album   “Flaws”  

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the   background,   an   upbeat   song   that  would  make  Tom  Thibodeau   smile.   And   the   best   part   is   that   once   you’re   done   studying,   you   can   sing   it   to   yourself…”signed,   sealed,  delivered,  I’m  DONE.” 6.   Summer,   Copy   Editor:   “There  There”  -­  Radiohead Radiohead   is   my   default   homework/studying   music.   “There   There,”   off   of   album   “Hail   to   the   Thief,”   takes   the   mind   on   a   journey   into   those   frightening   thoughts   carved   in   our   minds.   From   the   pulsating   drum   and   electric   guitar   rhythm   to   lead   singer   Thom   Yorke’s   heartbeat-­raising,  drifting  falsetto   telling  you  “just  ’cause  you  feel  it   doesn’t   mean   it’s   there”–   sounds   just  like  how  much  progress  I’ve   made  on  this  paper.

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