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Collision 2010 A No-Go

It’s true: Collision, the sort-of annual end-of-year arts party, is not happening this year. Your one chance to make it to Brooklyn, squandered! According to Rick Fudge, the head of Collision, the board “decided we’d rather focus on smaller, more spontaneous stuff on campus,” like the occasional Minilision (ya know, mini-Collisions!) held this year, and […]

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Collisions in Hamilton

Spotted earlier in Hamilton, condensed novels applied to the staircases courtesy of Collision, the annual art exhibit/actually fun party at the end of the year sponsored by Art History Underground. Its a game! Get your literary thinking caps on! Update: Lil’ Salvador Dali Hannah Wilentz sent us a few of the word-lisions in the stairwell: […]

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