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Gen Z humor is the new Dadaist movement

Elise Sanders, Columnist March 5, 2020

Many people before me have written articles concerning millennial and Gen Z humor, wondering what the hell is going on. Surreal, nonsensical memes are in vogue and, thanks to social media, are created...

Illustration by Anika Vučićević

WWIII isn’t going to happen, but you should still care

Elise Sanders, Columnist February 2, 2020

After Qasem Soleimani, a powerful and influential Iranian general, was killed in Baghdad by an airstrike ordered by President Trump, millions took their anxieties to social media. Many feared a third World...

Illustration: Binta Loos-Diallo

Bring tissues for ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’

Nathan Fisher February 2, 2012
Friday night I wanted to see a movie that would make me laugh and forget about the looming work of the new semester. 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' was not that movie—it was horribly sad . . . but still worth seeing.

Community to commemorate 9/11

Shelly Le September 8, 2011
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will hold a two-part event to commemorate the ten-year anniversary of the September 11 attacks this Sunday. The events will strive for religious understanding and reflection on 9/11 through an interfaith worship service and later a public forum.

9/11 in hindsight

William Witwer February 25, 2010
What 9/11 teaches us about hindsight.
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