Category Archives: News

Feminism. And if that turns you off: Polygamy

I started following writer Roxane Gay’s blog a few months ago and was hooked. It successfully combines all of my favorite things; pictures and descriptions of Gay cooking a delicious recipe in each post, plus good writing, plus some serious … Continue reading

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Hip-Hop in Ghana

Hi everyone! This week the Arts Collaborative is presenting an Arts Across the Curriculum event each night. Here is the link tonight’s event from SLUWire: https://stlawu-community.symplicity.com/index.php?s=em_event&mode=form&id=4ce43c13f607ca9e41895f6b057a17c2&occ=0cdea30f50e5f0ccb2eada28d7e18c8b&tab=details Thursday night there will be a concert given by M.anifest at the Underground in Noble … Continue reading

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Juvenile Doodles into Quality Art!

Hi, everyone! This article was published about a month ago, but I just now stumbled upon it — a case of serious creativity, adorability, and awesome parenting! A mom takes her two-year-old’s sketches and turns them into masterpieces — check … Continue reading

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Album Review: “Kill For Love” by the Chromatics

  Album cover: “Kill for Love” For anyone who has seen Nicolas Winding Refn’s film, Drive, with Ryan Gosling, or for those who are for better or worse, hopelessly in love with the 80’s (I raise my hand here), you’ve probably … Continue reading

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World Languages Week

That mythical time has come, when schoolwork comes back from the void of vacation like Gandalf after his date with the Balrog. You’ve returned to find campus transformed from its gray, slushy state under a new layer of white (more … Continue reading

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The Firs

I’ve always had an appreciation for unknown (obscure) bands, especially when I know people in them. When I went to college I deleted everyone on Facebook  from my former life (aka everyone I knew in high school), but for some … Continue reading

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On Keeping an Artist’s Notebook

I have to keep an artist’s notebook for one of my classes this semester. Spoiler alert: No one “discovers” my doodles or a hidden talent for visual art. My professor (Kirsten Kaschock) told us to look through sections of Da … Continue reading

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Written Wanderlust

I’m embarrassed to admit that during the school year, my leisure reading predominantly involves glossy magazines. I’ll indulge every now and then in Glamour (it’s fun to share with roommates), pine over my past running days with Runner’s World, or … Continue reading

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Man at Arms

For those who are on the Internet, you’ve probably heard of a small site called YouTube.  Recently, I stumbled upon a channel called AWE Me (Amaze, Wow, Educate).  It hosts a show called Man at Arms and is features seasoned … Continue reading

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Books to Read

Reading has been a lifelong passion for me, as it is for many people. Lately it has been a hobby of mine to peruse top 100 book lists to see how many I can check off. My average on most … Continue reading

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