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Stop staring, protect yourself

Nikolaus Kennelly, Columnist

October 27, 2016


Filed under OPINION

I have a friend who has an unhealthy penchant for stale metaphor. Just last week we were discussing the Ruth Fluno retrospective at Sheehan when he referred to the art as “a delicious feast.” Normally I’d treat this sort of remark as an empty flourish, but as I was in a slightly unusual sta...

Not Everyone is Beautiful

Peggy Li, Columnist

October 7, 2015


Filed under Columnists, OPINION

Implicit in saying that “everyone is beautiful” is the notion that everyone needs to be beautiful.

Some “Beautiful Ruins,” Indeed . . .

Some “Beautiful Ruins,” Indeed . . .

Dana Thompson

August 21, 2012


Filed under I Didn't Bother to Pick My Category

How do you feel about e-readers? These newfangled devices that allow you to press buttons instead of turn pages and download nearly any book in thirty seconds? Skeptical? Yeah. I'm feeling that. Maybe I'm just quoting every snobby book purist ever, but isn't there something to the feel of paper...

Aprovechando

kathynguyen

August 28, 2011


Filed under I Didn't Bother to Pick My Category

Let me tell you all the things I've done for the past three weeks: I have started classes. I turned in my first assignment (and had it returned with the professor saying I write well. I would like to thank Janis Breckenridge for that). I stumbled into Drawing III thinking it was Drawing I, but ...

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