A Word From the Wise: Seniors’ Advice to Freshmen

A Word From the Wise: Seniors’ Advice to Freshmen

September 26, 2017

BY ALİ HAİDER (ARCH/IV) For most of us, a new role in life presents a variety of challenges and some surprises, too. Advice from someone who’s already been there can help get us through

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On New Resolutions and Kinesins

On New Resolutions and Kinesins

September 26, 2017

A thousand longings such that over each longing I die (or breathe) Many of my hopes were fulfilled – and yet, few were fulfilled – Ghalib Another summer of our lives has come to

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On Mental Separations

On Mental Separations

September 26, 2017

Speaking to ourselves, we tend to use the second person – “Why are you doing this?” we might rage after a petty error, or on an inert night say, “You should be working”; and

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Ariel Pink: Dedicated to Bobby Jameson

Ariel Pink: Dedicated to Bobby Jameson

September 26, 2017

But she knows not to be scared Of a ghost who isn’t there at all Synth-experimental pop rock’s trouble child Ariel Pink is back after a three-year hiatus, with his new full-length LP, “Dedicated

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The International Chronicles

The International Chronicles

September 18, 2017

BY NAUSHERWAN AZIZ (MAN/II)   Name: Ali Altaf Salemwala Department: CS/III Country of Origin: Pakistan 1. What do you like best about Turkey? You can find history almost everywhere. It’s a very odd feeling

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New Albums

New Albums

September 18, 2017

As the summer ends and winter approaches, many bands are announcing the coming release of new albums; in fact, some have already issued new releases, as Queens of the Stone Age did during August.

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On Political Silences

On Political Silences

September 18, 2017

1. It’s a room that’s quiet and you’re also very quiet as he pours you milk against the window. The milk as a detail is disarming, very innocent; he has an expression on his

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Music of a Lifetime

Music of a Lifetime

May 9, 2017

Music is a powerful tool for marking parts of our lives. Somehow, our brains pair different periods of our lives with the music that we listened to during those periods – or at least

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