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Movie Review: Bombshell bombs

I was so geeked to see “Bombshell.” The trailer, showing Charlize Theron looking exactly like Meygn Kelly while Billie Eillish’s “bad guy” throbbed in the background, was absolutely gripping. Unlike recent movies that have recounted political and historical events like “Vice,” “The Post,” and “The Big Short,” the sexual harassment allegations and subsequent firing of

Cello guest recital and master class

On Monday, Jan. 13, acclaimed guest cellist Matthew Zalkind brought three works first collected in his debut solo recording to Lawrence University’s Harper Hall, including pieces from composers Bach, Michael Brown and Zoltán Kodály. He explained that he feels that these works have a strong sense of “kinship,” which allows him to fully explore the