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Top 5 Beatles Albums

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A Study on Our Reflections in the Mirror

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Photo Courtesy of Lauren Cress. Body image, or how an individual perceives themselves physically, is a multifaceted concept which...

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Bob Dylan is Staying Busy in Isolation

Arts, The Quarantine Diaries • 22 Comments

The nation is now huddling around the radio as they had decades ago....

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David Dorfman Finds the “Silver Linings” of Dancing Remotely

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Dance Major Journee Hardaway participating in West African Dance II taught by Professor Shani Collins. David Dorfman, Professor of Dance,...

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Dancing Through Zoom: Taking Dance Classes While Home

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Almost four weeks into remote classes, it is practically common knowledge that the way we learn has drastically changed. Countless...

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What to Cook When the Shelves are Empty

Arts, The Quarantine Diaries

Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Berry Going to the grocery store is a privilege these days. My mom and I experiment with new supermarkets to...

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Emma Is By No Means Clueless

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There are many pros to watching movies at home. Free food. No overpriced bottles of water. Unlimited bathroom breaks. These reasons may not...

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Art Students Attempt to Reconnect with Their Theses

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Artwork from Maggie Ruff’s honors thesis in the Art department For many students, the culmination of their academic career takes the...

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The Poetic Magic of Kate Rushin

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“If you free your tongue, your spirit will follow” – Kate Rushin In response to a student’s question on how she gets over...

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