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Criticism can help improve art

February 26, 2015

This newspaper’s editorial board is composed of writers, artists and creators of all stripes. Even though our chosen media might differ, we all agree the most important part of the creative process is not compliments […]

At Home & Abroad

The Adventure Begins!

January 25, 2015

Friends, neighbors, countrymen, citizens of every land, welcome to this first installment of my travel blog! If you don’t know me already…hi! My name is Jonah and I’m a university student from the US studying […]

At Home & Abroad

My New France

January 19, 2015

Mary is a sophomore studying abroad this semester in Angers, France. Check in each week for posts from Mary and other bloggers as they share their experiences abroad.   Like many Americans, the Paris I […]

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Amateur art is important

January 15, 2015

One of the most liberating experiences of my young life was finding a vast collection of online Harry Potter fanfiction, none of which I could bring myself to read. It was liberating because I saw […]

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Business Combines Art and Wine

November 23, 2014

During a typical Thursday evening, Jackson Stables is open to anyone who wants to drink West Winery wine and occasionally listen to live music, but once per month the wooden chairs are filled with people […]

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Album Review: The Death of Pop — “Fifths”

November 9, 2014

Album Rating: 8/10 The Death of Pop recently released their forthcoming EP “Fifths,” which soon will gain positive recognition in the indie musicsphere. The London-based quintet identifies with dream pop, but coined the genre “janglegaze” […]