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Brooke Weber

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Brooke is a sophomore English major with a penchant for Harry Potter and pancakes. As a member of the Muhlenberg Theatre Association and the Girls Next Door, Muhlenberg's only all-female a capella group, she treasures her position as co-editor of the Arts and Culture section.

for colored girls… revolutionizes ‘Berg theatre

When the lights come down on Ntozake Shange's for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, the audience is already standing. They’re...

Towards the heavens

As the semester winds down, events pile up – meetings, projects, final concerts and more all desperately fight their way into our schedules, assigning...

Let her be born

Before I even walk into the room, I’m hooked. Spellbound. The driving beat of a drum rises through the wooden doors of the Rehearsal...

Circle in the Water

A young man in a t-shirt and black jeans listlessly taps a soccer ball against a colorful backdrop, his black shoes sharply contrasting the...

Dulce Et Decorum Est: A Preview of Glory

I crack open the door of the Dance Studio Theater and am immediately greeted by the sound of booming voices somehow echoing inside of...

Graphic Opinions: In defense of the Defenders

Over winter break, I made the fateful decision to dive headfirst into the almost ludicrously expansive universe of Marvel original Netflix shows. In typical...

Reaching for the Light

It’s not too often that we just appreciate watching people move. Their movement is mitigated, subordinated, by something else that we’re supposed to find,...

Graphic Opinions: The Hawkeyes’ humanity

Growing up, I never felt a connection with the superheroes I saw on screen. Something about them put me off, removed me from really...

Graphic Opinion: The Hawkeyes’ Humanity

Growing up, I never felt a connection with the superheroes I saw on screen. Something about them put me off, removed me from really...

The Spirit of Dance: Master Choreographers

As the lights go down, I shift to the edge of my seat. I place my elbow on the armrest to my right, ready...

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