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The film features jumpscares, an underlying eerienes and a gruesome ending (Photo courtesy of IMDb).

Sydney Sweeney stars in the new horror movie ‘Immaculate’

The American psychological horror film “Immaculate” released earlier this month on March 22 and has received mixed reviews from critics. The film has received an average rating of 6.4/10, and the critics consensus reads “Immaculate in conception if not always in execution, this religiously themed horror outing is saved by a divine performance from Sydney Sweeney.”

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The cast of “Something Rotten!” (Photo by Mckenna Super)

TCNJ Musical Theatre presents ‘Something Rotten!’

TCNJ Musical Theatre presented its mainstage musical “Something Rotten!” for the spring semester. The show is a satirical take on Shakespeare, telling the story of two brothers struggling to make it big in the theatre world while being in competition with William Shakespeare. There were four shows, starting on Thursday, Feb. 29 and continuing through Saturday, March 2.

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“Symbiotic Juxtaposition,” 2023, Alia Bensliman. (Photo by Lilly Ward)

Finding hope and identity in Princeton Art Museum’s Art@Bainbridge Gallery’s exhibit, ‘Reciting Women: Alia Bensliman & Khalilah Sabree’

In the Princeton Bainbridge Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Reciting Women: Alia Bensliman & Khalilah Sabree,” two Muslim-American artists based in Trenton draw on their personal and spiritual experiences. The exhibition is an exploration of imagery in order to document and honor the constant evolution of cultural identity.

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(Photos courtesy of Kerry Glacken)

Five tips for a successful trip to the thrift store, from students

In recent years, thrift shopping has gone mainstream. Consumers everywhere are drawn to the affordability of second-hand clothing, the unique finds and the chance to help the environment through reducing waste. While thrifting became a widespread trend during the Covid-19 pandemic due to social media platforms like TikTok, it doesn’t appear to be dying down anytime soon; the sale of used clothing is projected to exceed $77 billion by 2025, according to CBS News. 

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