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Moving Pictures: ‘Avatar,’ Again

October 11, 2022

"Avatar?" From 2009? Hear film critic Myle Yan Tay out.

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Cancelling Wilderness

February 8, 2020

The first step towards preserving our wilderness is expanding our definition of...

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Divestment, Part 1: Unsustainable Income

October 30, 2019

SAIC benefits from fossil fuel investments. How concerned should we be? The...

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Student Sustainability Tips

August 21, 2019

Steps to make SAIC more environmentally friendly.

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Social Architectures

April 22, 2019

"Dimensions of Citizenship," on view at Wrightwood 659, weaves together...

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Overhauling the Overburden

April 11, 2014

Laurie Palmer, longtime Professor of Sculpture at SAIC, began a research...

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Sushi Couture

March 22, 2014

Global costs of made-to-measure taste.

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Artists Who Give a “Frack”

October 14, 2013

Artists Against Fracking aims to further anti-fracking awareness.

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A Crude Addiction

July 19, 2010

While minds continue to rest on the Deep Horizon rig disaster, it’s time to...

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Radical Literalism

March 1, 2010

“The most radical thing you can do is literal: modeling, creating, showing....

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