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Quarantine Critique: The Life Of The World To Come—The Mountain Goats

Zachary Bahar, News Editor

April 3, 2020

I have always considered myself to be a religious person living in a secular world. I go to a public school; I don’t keep the Shabbos; I don’t adhere to strict kashrut; I don’t know the 613 mitzvahs by heart nor the rabbis who commen...

Quarantine Critiques: Songs

Madison McGuire and Sophie Yang

April 3, 2020

“Confidant”,  Assistant Photo & Arts Editor Madison McGuire BabyJake’s “Confidant” marks his fourth single release in his professional music career, and let me just say, he did it once again. The combination of the classic electric guitar with a ...

Quarantine Critiques: TV Shows

Lauren Dain, Ingrid Halverson, Jojo Wertheimer, and Sydney Ter Molen

April 3, 2020

“High Fidelity,” Assistant In-Depth Editor, Lauren Dain This Hulu Original series, which released Feb. 14, is the fourth iteration of the High Fidelity story. The book, which was released in 1995, follows the main character, Rob. He is a record store owner who h...

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April 3, 2020

Quarantine Critiques: Music Albums

Constance Harwood, Tamara Guy, and Madison McGuire

April 3, 2020

Heartbreak Weather, Guest Writer Constance Harwood The album Heartbreak Weather by Nial Horan has a great range of slower ballad-like songs as well as more upbeat songs to jam out and sing along to. It is definitely an album you should listen to from start to fi...

Quarantine Critiques: Movies

Eli Marshall, Max Weber, and Sophie Yang

April 3, 2020

Call Me By Your Name, Staff Writer Sophie Yang Timothee Chalamet’s incredible performance in this film keeps you watching for the entire two plus hour runtime.  I would recommend watching Call Me By Your Name to anyone in sear...

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