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Articles by Andrew Smyth (33)

“She” addresses methods of representing women’s bodies and explores women’s status as artists in the 21st century, while also raising questions about collectors’ motives.

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Difficult women collide with serious money in ‘She’

October 28, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The first satisfying feature of “She” — the exhibit with the subtitle “picturing women at the turn of the 21st century” ­— is its not having the name “Her.”

In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

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In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

April 15, 2014 Comments are Disabled

A recent morning at Succotash, a dining establishment situated along Richmond Street in the Jewelry District, came with an unexpected development.

The Grange's risotto tastes fresh and full-flavored with goat cheese, portobello and crispy Brussels sprout leaves.

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Federal Hill’s The Grange forgoes meat but still packs a punch

February 11, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Early on a Sunday evening, the bar at The Grange is energetic. Friends drink cocktails out of Mason jars and share bowls of Brussels sprouts and quinoa.

Hannah Arendt published an acjcount of the trial of Nazi official Adolf Eichmann in the New Yorker in 1963. The Cogut Center for the Humanities hosts Pamela Katz, who explores Arendt’s controversial work in the film “Hannah Arendt.”

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‘Eichmann in Jerusalem’ in film 50 years later

January 28, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Cogut Center for the Humanities forum includes screening of ‘Hannah Arendt’

Queens play out cerebral game of thrones

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Queens play out cerebral game of thrones

December 6, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Sock and Buskin’s ‘Mary Stuart,’ directed by Emma Johnson ’14, reigns in Leeds this weekend.

Poll unpacks marriage expectations

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Poll unpacks marriage expectations

November 25, 2013 1 comment
This article is part of the series Fall 2013 Student Poll 1

Results revealed gaps in the expected age of marriage across genders and sexual orientations.

The Internet, video-sharing platforms and crowd-sourced funding have largely changed the way consumers engage with television.

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TV in the Golden Age: A Conversation

November 8, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The shifting media industry has changed how the community engages with television.

Katherine Doherty ’16 plays Crissy and delivers a vocally stirring performance of “Frank Mills” in the show.

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‘Hair’ stages tribal hedonism, political disruption

November 8, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Musical Forum presents 1960’s counterculture in the PW Downspace this weekend.

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Cixous explores the metaphysical

September 27, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Algerian-born writer argues writing is a way to confront the inevitability of death.

‘Sink’ makes waves at PW

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‘Sink’ makes waves at PW

September 20, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Playwright Ursula Raasted ’14 floods the PW Downspace with original devised theater.