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Unweave The Core Right Now

The art installation-cum-creative Odyssey interpretation Unweaving the Core is taking place in Hamilton Hall from 6:00-8:30 pm TONIGHT. Attendance is free and no RSVP is required, so you really don’t have any excuse not to take advantage of what promises to be a downright snazzy and edifying event. The performance promises to join Lit Hum texts with original student artwork and poetry to create […]

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LectureHop: Kicking Off Romare Bearden’s “A Black Odyssey”

Just in case you slept through the NSOP LitHum lecture, you’re in SEAS, or you’re not a freshman, Hannah Kramer went on her own odyssey to learn more about Romare Bearden’s exhibition, “A Black Odyssey,” by reporting on the first of his lectures, “The Sirens Song: Women and Gender in Bearden and Homer If you […]

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