Clocking Dreams

Clocking Dreams

November 11, 2013

As a person who loves reading and writing, I’ve been surprisingly ignorant about other forms of art as a means of storytelling. I’ve always thought of books as the ultimate way of telling stories,

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GASHUNK!

GASHUNK!

November 11, 2013

I am, suffice it to say, unwell. I had intended to celebrate Halloween, as usual, by going on a week-long horror binge that would hopefully deliver me from the hanging sense of dread associated

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Musical Journey of an Underground Singer-Songwriter

Musical Journey of an Underground Singer-Songwriter

November 11, 2013

Chelsea Wolfe is a gothic, doom and folk music-influenced singer-songwriter from California. What makes her special and brings her to our “music recommendations” is her ambition in experimenting. She has released four LPs, each

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

November 11, 2013

By İrem Gürses (MAN/III)  

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Austen 101

Austen 101

October 30, 2013

The “Austen” I’m referring to is, of course, Jane: the influential 19th-century writer. She is not influential in the traditional sense; what she wrote did not invoke an immediate reaction — it did not

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State of the Theaters, Theater of the State

State of the Theaters, Theater of the State

October 30, 2013

Turkey, a nation that is still in the development stage, is also improving in the area of theater. Anyone who has been following recent updates in the field would think that this is a

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HAIL TO NORWAY

HAIL TO NORWAY

October 30, 2013

This week I have three Norwegian bands on the menu for you, all of them quite extraordinary dishes – sorry, I mean bands. THE SAMUEL JACKSON FIVE The Samuel Jackson Five (SJ5) is a

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

October 30, 2013

By Hazal Koptagel (CS/IV) & Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV)  

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