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The Phillipian

By Sara Luzuriaga — 4/17/2014

Laura van den Berg, an acclaimed writer from Orlando, Florida, keeps her readers’ attention with provocative prose in her short story “The Greatest Escape,” which she read to a group of students gathered in the Museum Learning Center in the Addison Gallery of American Art on Wednesday night....

By Julia Boyd — 4/18/2014
The flute’s light melody floated over the audience, intertwining with the rough, brassy undertones of the French horn, the throaty oboe, the deep clarinet and the forceful bassoon. What should have...
By Tucker Drew — 4/18/2014
At Friday’s Faculty Jazz Concert, President Barack Obama’s catchphrase for the Affordable Care Act, “You Can Keep Your Doctor and Your Plan,” became the centerpiece of the night. Bob Baughman,...
By Laura Van Den Berg — 4/18/2014
I let the man stroke my neck. He rested a hand on my waist. I didn’t know his name, but in my mind I had started calling him Bill. Poor Bill. Didn’t he know that you should never trust a half-naked...
By Sara Luzuriaga — 4/18/2014
“I like to keep it funky without being too over-the-top,” said Alana Humes ’15. Wearing a simple white shirt layered with an oversized suede jacket, jeans, white ankle socks and burgundy Dr. Martens...
By Sara Luzuriaga — 4/18/2014
Next fall, as the lights dim and the crowd erupts in applause in George Washington Hall’s black box theater, Emma Kukielski ’15, Michaela Barczak ’15 and David Benedict ’15 will lead the show as...
By Indiana Sobol — 4/11/2014
American students are currently ranked 32nd in the world in mathematics, a statistic that Ethan Brown ’17 calls “embarrassing” and hopes to combat. Brown, who calls himself a “mathemagician,” has...