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The Bull, the Bear, and the Wolf

The Bull, the Bear, and the Wolf

Emilo Cariati, International Affairs '17 April 3, 2014 0

  The Wolf of Wall Street, by Martin Scorsese, has just become the veteran director’s top grossing film after more than 40 years behind the camera.[1] The movie stunned audiences and critics alike, with

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Janelle Monáe: Revolution Through Music

Janelle Monáe: Revolution Through Music

Neiha Lasharie, Political Science & International Affairs '18 December 5, 2013 0

I recall casually browsing Tumblr one day and coming upon a picture of an extremely pretty black woman, button-nosed and petite, with the most fabulously coiffed pompadour afro, rocking a sharp tux and sharper

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The Carbon Crunch

The Carbon Crunch

Matthew Turis, Mechanical Engineering '14 October 1, 2013 1

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may be remembered as one of the few politicians to extend term limits in office, but pragmatism will be his ultimate legacy. If Mayor Bloomberg is the ideal

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Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes and the Man Who Makes War Possible

Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes and the Man Who Makes War Possible

Kelly Grant, International Affairs '14 January 3, 2013 0

Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes and the Man Who Makes War Possible provides the reader with a unique insight into the growth of the globalized arms trade in the context of the collapsing

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Argo: The Intersection of Hollywood and American Perceptions of Iran

Argo: The Intersection of Hollywood and American Perceptions of Iran

Sarah Lombardo, International Affairs '15 November 8, 2012 0

Argo, a film centered around the Iranian Hostage Crisis and inspired by a true story, premiered this past month. The plot focuses on the CIA’s attempt to exfiltrate six US Foreign Service workers who

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A New Deal for a New Era: Michael Grunwald’s Retelling of the Stimulus

A New Deal for a New Era: Michael Grunwald’s Retelling of the Stimulus

Robert Cohen, Political Science '15 November 8, 2012 0

What happened to the stimulus? Once heralded as the greatest early victory of the Obama administration, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has become a topic that the administration has no urge

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The Last Mountain: Understanding the Toxic Side of Coal

The Last Mountain: Understanding the Toxic Side of Coal

Noreen Leahy, Environmental Studies '13 March 1, 2012 1

At last year’s Sundance Film Festival, a movie premiered entitled The Last Mountain. At the time of writing The Last Mountain is available for streaming via Netflix – and it is a must watch

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The Iron Lady: Lloyd’s Thatcher Shows the Strength Necessary to Lead

The Iron Lady: Lloyd’s Thatcher Shows the Strength Necessary to Lead

Ross Donohue, International Affairs & Political Science '12 March 1, 2012 0

The Iron Lady is a film that has been engineered to win Academy awards, but behind the artsy appeal, the glitz and the glamour lies a solid critique on the modus operandi of western

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