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“Tully”: the painful story of realistic motherhood

“Tully”: the painful story of realistic motherhood

June 10, 2018

By Isabella Bullock '19 The first time I went to see this movie, I drove all the way to the theater on a Friday night only to find out that the seats were all sold out. The second time I went was on Super Tuesday, so the tickets were cheaper, but after seeing the film, I would have paid full price...

‘Mother!’ divides moviegoers upon release

‘Mother!’ divides moviegoers upon release

October 4, 2017

By Audrey Bernstein '18 Jennifer Lawrence’s character eyes the camera in the first scene of the trailer, her voice barely rising above a whisper. A muted electronic symphony provides the backing to her words. The screen switches to display the view from a countryside home, swamped by meadow and blue...

A Mother Speaks Out: Q&A with Julia Hicks

A Mother Speaks Out: Q&A with Julia Hicks

April 3, 2011

In late March, Tyler Hicks ’88 and Lynsey Addario ’91 were kidnapped in Libya while photographing the Libyan turmoil for the New York Times. As reported by Hicks and Addario in a Times article, both were detained for six days by captors who threatened each and every day to rape or kill them: “‘You have a beautiful head,’” [a soldier] told Tyler in a mix of English and ...

August 26, 2010 | Tour Time

August 26, 2010 | Tour Time

August 26, 2010

11:45 a.m. Darryle Wiggins '14 struggles to open his new second floor locker while his mother and Catalina DeLuca, a Spanish teacher administrating his freshman orientation, look on. Today was one of the last days for freshman tours....

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