The legacy of Hugo Chávez as told by Western media.
The devastation of historical sites in Syria is met with inaction.
When Art and Institutions Collide
“I think it is important to think about why you are making the point you are when you make a work of art that may be controversial or polarizing,” Wayne said in partial support of the proposal process through Art School Consideration. “However, if we have earnest theory and plans for a piece, I believe it is the responsibility of an art school to let us be in control of our work and take the risks we should be taking as art students.”
SAIC Secret Admirers Page Spreads the Love
A few anonymous success stories, however, have been posted on the page. ”[It] melts my heart,” says Admin. “I love that people are actually finding each other, and love (or lust and sexy times) are blossoming from this page.” BFA freshman Rebecca Blau cites a close friend whose SAIC Secret Admirers encounter sparked romance. Upon hearing through the grapevine who had posted an admiration, “She texted him,” divulges Blau, “and they hang out now.”
An exploration of the brutal pop culture craze.
Why the Millennials Idealize the Beat Generation
There is no wonder that the Beats appeal to us. They spent their entire lives living out their twenties, being in control of themselves. In many ways, what the Millennials need to do is embody the freedom of the Beats. Where the danger lies — Marx’s historical farce — is in over-romanticizing them. There is no doubt that this farce is found in the Hipsters of our time.