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The Nether: Exploring a Life Outside of Consequence

By MAGGIE ROGERS, Literary Manager & Resident Dramaturg TRIGGER WARNING: Mention of pedophilia.  When I was seven years old, my family got our first computer. It was positioned right next to my turtle, Matilda, who smelled like shit. My Dad told me she ran away…

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TL;DR – A Brief History of Lulzsec

Ohai! Welcome newf…riends. For all you noobs, this is your crash course in everything Lulzsec to get you ready for Teh Internet Is Serious Business. So log in, rally your bots, and fucking learn something. So, what is Lulzsec? It is hard to talk about Lulzsec…

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Slept Through High School English Class? Here’s What You Missed in “A Doll’s House”

Henrik Ibsen, often referred to as “the father of realism,” was a Norwegian playwright and one of the founders of Modernism in theatre. He wrote one of his most famous texts, A Doll’s House, in 1879. That same year it premiered on December 21, 1879…

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