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Animal Collective's Originality Thrills Listeners

by Emily LaBeaume

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Emily LaBeaume reviews Animal Collective's "Merriweather Post Pavillon"

Blurring Reality and Irrationality

by Allison Singer, Copy Editor

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Miranda July's collection of short fiction is both fascinating and disturbing but wholly brilliant.

Taking Tomb Raiding to New Heights

by Alex Seise, Editor-in-Chief

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Lara Croft returns for a refreshing adventure through the labyrinth-like Norse underworld.

Winehouse Said It Herself: You Know I'm No Good

by Teegan Conti

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Is Ms. Winehouse destined for legendary success, or is she just another bad-girl copycat?

Ex-N'SYNCer Tells All

by Kelli Plasket, Copy Editor

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Lance Bass reveals details involving the public outing of his sexuality, his feelings towards N'Sync's demise and why he couldn't make his space dreams come true.

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Dashboard Delivers with New Album
by Lauren Gurry

A more mature and less angsty sound for a band known for its meloncholy-filled lyrics.

Mel Brooks Does it Again
by By Kerry Fiallo, Opinions Editor

Mel Brooks' new Broadway musical comedy is sure to be another hit for the director.

Book Review: Stacked
by Emelyne Smith

Delighful musings on our breast-obsessed culture.

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