Spider-Man has never been my favorite superhero.
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Author’s Note: Listen to This is a biweekly column that serves as a listener’s guide to the world of music, with recommendations, reviews, and music-related stories.
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Representation matters. It’s a catchphrase that’s been floating around the internet for a while, often referring to the importance of depicting people other than the imagined “default” (white, cisgender, male, thin, abled, attractive, heterosexual, at least middle-class — you get the picture…
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Thirty years ago, Jan. 6, 1990, Nirvana, the now infamous grunge band from Aberdeen, Washington, played its last show at the UW. While the Seattle-based band had played at the HUB before, the Jan. 6 show was their final and arguably most chaotic performance.
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A hilarious Bill Murray re-telling of a classic Christmas tale
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Author’s note: Chow Down is a weekly column exploring the intersections of food and culture on campus and beyond. Its goal is to encourage readers to engage with food in new, thoughtful ways and, more importantly, enjoy chowing down.
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