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By Morgan Kuin — 1/22/2015

The clock struck 2 a.m. on Saturday morning as writers for Flash Films shook up soda cans, rushed into the showers in Foxcroft Hall and sprayed each other with soda in an attempt to overcome writer’s block.

Starting at 8 p.m. on Friday, Flash Films’s directors, writers and actors...

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Sadie Holmes ’16 and Corissa Hollenbeck ’16 star in a film by Andrew Lin ’17 and Alex Emerson ’17, titled “HEY DIRECTOR (Yeah, you) THINK OF A CREATIVE TITLE THAT IS MEANINGFUL.”

“The wine you kissed stained your lips. The air cools by the hour. I’ll watch us die like your flowers,” sang Calvin Griffin ’15 while strumming on the guitar. The vivid lyrics of the song, an...
Dressed in bright red robes and singing a Gregorian chant entitled “Salve Mater Misericordiae” in clear voices, elementary and middle school-aged boys from the St. Paul’s Choir School in Cambridge,...
Staring at a table covered with thick black paper, Karissa Kang ’17 picked up a key and a white pencil from the pile of miscellaneous fans, Legos, whisks and rolls of tape that littered the table....
By Hannah Beaudoin — 1/16/2015
By Andrew Cheng — 1/16/2015
By Liddy Kasraian — 1/16/2015
With slow, hushed notes, Stephen Porter, Adjunct Instructor in Music, began playing “Hungarian Melody, D. 817” by Franz Schubert. The piece’s calm introduction quickly shifted to a lively theme and...
By Liddy Kasraian — 1/16/2015
Paint flies across the canvas as Anna Krakowsky ’15 flicks her paintbrush, putting the finishing touches on her latest work of art. Seconds later, there are brightly colored splotches covering the...
By Hannah Beaudoin — 1/16/2015
As her white dress floated up with the momentum of her body, Alexa Goulas ’18 appeared to freeze midair. Goulas completed the split leap by falling softly onto one knee and rolling herself back to...

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