Post Tagged with: "Culture"

Spring Ball will be a 24K Magic wonderland

May 2, 2017

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By Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer The annual Spring Ball, which will be hosted by Gael Sisterhood, Gael Brotherhood, and the Residence Hall Association, will… Read More ›

OITNB season five expected to resolve show’s cliffhangers

May 2, 2017

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By Elizabeth Magno | Chief Copy Editor “Orange is the New Black” (OITNB) is a Netflix original that premiered in 2013. The show is based… Read More ›

An Ooho is a waste-free alternative to plastic water bottles. (Courtesy of Movie

The Ooho: the sustainable water “bottle” of the future?

May 2, 2017

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By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer As we have come to realize, our way of life is harmful to our one and only planet. Brilliant… Read More ›

Looking at contemporary feminism

May 2, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As I have made my way through higher education, and lived through new experiences that come with it, my… Read More ›

Cousins Esther and Tiffany are bringing the Moraga community the opportunity to breathe and stretch their limits . (Courtesy of Real Nameo)

Moraga’s Humble Yoga offers a chance to strengthen

May 2, 2017

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By Tori Method | Contributing Writer If you are a Saint Mary’s student, you are well aware of the beauty of our brand new recreation… Read More ›

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“13 Reasons Why” review

April 25, 2017

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By Natasha Yerramilli | Staff Writer Produced by Selena Gomez, “13 Reasons Why” is a new Netflix original that is based off of a book… Read More ›

Reve brings contemporary French flavors to Lafayette, showcasing classic French cooking techniques with local flavors. (Courtesy of Beyond the Creek)

Lafayette’s Reve showcases French flavors

April 25, 2017

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By Camilla Marias | Culture Editor This past weekend, I followed the wise words of one Tom Haverford and treated myself. While Lafayette is home… Read More ›

David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly dance together during one of the most visually iconic scenes of the 1986 film. (Courtesy of Book Punks)

Labyrinth gets its sequel after thirty years

April 25, 2017

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Kali Kushner | Assistant Culture Editor As someone who grew up with an intense love for Jim Henson’s infamous “Labyrinth” (1986), I’m excited to announce… Read More ›

Gluten-free: is this fad diet of 2015 just old news?

Gluten-free: is this fad diet of 2015 just old news?

March 1, 2016

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by Camilla Marais | Assistant Culture Editor If you’re looking for a way to pay off your mountains of student debt, look no further. I… Read More ›

Fellow female musicians side with Kesha in her abuse case

Fellow female musicians side with Kesha in her abuse case

March 1, 2016

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Tori Method | Contributing Writer Last week, pop sensation Kesha Serbert, commonly known simply as Kesha, was denied a request for a preliminary injunction that… Read More ›

Marc Jacobs rocks NYFW, again

March 1, 2016

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by Chantel Ysip | Contributing Writer Another year, another February, another runway. And what better way to end New York Fashion Week with none other… Read More ›

Spotify, Tidal, and the search for the perfect music provider

Spotify, Tidal, and the search for the perfect music provider

February 23, 2016

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor As a high school junior, I became disillusioned with buying individual albums electronically through iTunes. Before that defining year,… Read More ›

“How To Be Single” provides important message to audience

February 23, 2016

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by Madison Lattner | Staff Writer With Feb. 14 behind us, you either had one of two feelings toward the day: 1) Utter excitement to… Read More ›

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival kicks off this Friday

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival kicks off this Friday

September 29, 2015

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor Saturated commercialism rules in the Fog City, shown from the ever annoying Segway tourists to the surge of overpriced SOMA… Read More ›

New Avengers movie substitutes poor choices for real development

New Avengers movie substitutes poor choices for real development

May 12, 2015

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by Sara DeSantis | Editor-in-Chief It’s Friday night, and the Walnut Creek movie theatre is packed with people waiting to watch the latest Marvel movie:… Read More ›