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Brooke Granovsky


‘Footloose’ is energetic and exciting

“From the oldest of times, people danced for a number of reasons,” claimed Ren McCormack in “Footloose.” Hillel Theater Group’s production of “Footloose” demonstrated a few of these reasons over the weekend in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater.

Comedians combat bigotry and racism

According to Merriam Webster online, the definition of “politically correct” is: “conforming to a belief that language and practices which could offend political sensibilities (as in matters of sex or race) should be eliminated.” People often level this term against liberal universities, arguing that these places silence dissent and dialogue by trying too hard to be inoffensive.

'x Infinity'

George Watsky is an artist who responds to his fans’ comments on Facebook, gives away his own car to a fan in promotion of his latest album and jokingly challenges himself to rap more aggressively by rapping over a loop of the words “don’t be nice” on “x Infinity’s” “Don’t Be Nice.” What George Watsky is not is static. Fans who came to know rapper and slam poet Watsky from his viral Youtube video “Pale Kid Raps Fast” are in for what should be a welcome surprise with “x Infinity,” his latest show of dynamism.

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