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Up-and-Comer | Sofie Zamchick

Up-and-Comer | Sofie Zamchick

March 27, 2014
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The typical path for children with an early start in show business is one of initial success followed by a prompt and seemingly interminable rest on their laurels. Sofie Zamchick, however, took a different path. Zamchick, a Tisch sophomore, started playing the piano when she was 3 years old an... Read more »

Daniel Kao | The Motivator

Daniel Kao | The Motivator

December 12, 2013
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Some figures, however influential, are difficult to catch in their element — in those moments that set them apart from the rest. In the case of Stern senior Daniel Kao, there is no such difficulty. He is always in his element. At a Stern Student Council meeting, while engaged in an entirely separat... Read more »

‘Armstrong Lie’ delivers unique account of famous scandal

‘Armstrong Lie’ delivers unique account of famous scandal

November 7, 2013
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Compared with some of his more attention-hungry contemporaries, documentarian Alex Gibney has always remained resolutely behind the camera, doggedly attempting to prevent his personality from coloring his work. With that in mind, one can only imagine what it must have been like for Gibney to be ... Read more »

Redwan Hussain: the bridge

Redwan Hussain: the bridge

December 13, 2012
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Live Blog If stereotype suggests that engineers are a reclusive and slightly obsessive lot, then Redwan Hussain embodies a crushing rebuttal. Smartly dressed yet laid-back, in love with his work yet nevertheless amiably accessible, it should buy viagra 100mgcome as no surprise that Hussain has been instru... Read more »

Movie musicals were on wane but may be returning

Movie musicals were on wane but may be returning

December 11, 2012
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The decline of the movie musical was not a process of gradual atrophy; it was abrupt. Between 1929 and 1968, nine movie musicals took the Oscar for Best Picture. Since 1968, only one has captured that same prize. There was clearly a point at which aupurchase viagradiences decided — silently, but in perfec... Read more »

The Arts Issue

The Arts Issue

December 6, 2012
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About 2012 Arts Issue

About 2012 Arts Issue

December 6, 2012
Filed under ARTS, Exclude From Homepage List

Dear Readers, The trouble with space travel is that its history consists of a long string of crushing disappointments. When Apollo 11 touched down on the moon, the world rejoiced — for a time. After a while, the mundane reality began to set in: thbuy viagra in ukere’s nothing to do in space. We mucked around a ... Read more »

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