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You’ll all be relieved to learn that the black cube with “Before I die I want to ____” stencilled on it, in front of Butler, is not somebody’s morbid cry for help, but actually an art installation by Postcrypt and Students of AMF at Columbia University. It will be on Butler Plaza until Monday April […]

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Aid for AIDS

Today is World AIDS Day, and people are out on College Walk to tell you about it. The Student Global AIDS Campaign have set up a communal art project/fundraiser, to represent the entire HIV virus genome out of tiles. The virus has almost 10,000 base pairs, so they’re aiming to create a representation using that many tiles. You […]

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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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