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A simple stroke of a horse-hair brush can be an act of protest. Subtle clicks within an illustration suite can produce a form of resistance and power — especially in the midst of the previous, often controversial, presidential administration.  

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Madlib likes to be just a little mysterious, like his former collaborative partner MF Doom (RIP). 

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Netflix’s new series “Lupin” is like any good disguise.On the surface, it’s a shiny, thrilling and mysterious story of a cunning thief. But beneath lies the dark origin story of a man hell-bent on revenge.The stylish French original, created by George Kay, ranks among such foreign gems on Ne…

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Maggie Lindemann refuses to corner herself in one genre.But maybe this pop princess should.Is “PARANOIA” bad? No. Should it be listened to more than once? Also no. Is it worth even a single listen? Probably not.This whole record is just Lindemann screaming “I’m different!!!” directly in her …

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Spring semester is in full swing now, marking the third of the coronavirus pandemic. With it comes another semester without parties, large events or simply getting dinner with friends.Students are looking for ways to alleviate the strain of isolation and loneliness. To combat this, students …

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Montana’s first interactive art museum, The Giggle Box, has turned an old department store into an escape. While living in the midst of a pandemic and global crisis, it’s a spot of joy in an otherwise chaotic world. 

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My Thursday night started with my roommates and I sitting in the living room ready to watch the new Netflix hit, “Pieces of a Woman.” White Claws in hand, we did not know what to expect, except for a friend’s warning that we might get our shit rocked. 

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