Eye Drop: Highlights from this week’s magazine
Ever wondered what happens inside Low? In this week’s lead, Samuel E. Roth and Michele Cleary offer a deeper look at the departure of Moody Adams and other administrative issues. [Lead]
The Girl Scouts have recently been caught in a storm of gender politics. Monica Carty examines some of the recent accusations against the organization. [Ideas]
Always wanted to play an Austen-themed drinking game? So have we. Alexandra Olivia explains the rules of Pride, Prejudice and Patrón. [Eyesites]
After six seasons and two movies, it may be time for Carrie to be put to rest. In this week’s 20/20, Nidale Zouhir discusses her reservations to the soon-to-air Sex and the City prequel. [20/20]
Geoffrey Fletcher, who became the first African American to win an Oscar for best adapted screenplay, will be speaking at the university’s “Beyond the Oscars” series this Friday. Rae Binstock chatted with him about his Oscar-winning movie, Precious. [Interview]
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