In Search of a Voice

In Search of a Voice

October 7, 2013

It has long been a topic of discussion as to whether the arts have much to do with the evolution of a nation. Some nations that have a positive answer to this question —

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Journey to the Center of the Grunge

Journey to the Center of the Grunge

October 7, 2013

Our journey starts in the mid-80s. As opposed to the general misconception, the founders of grunge were neither Nirvana nor Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam or Soundgarden. Actually, it’s really hard to point to

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Faces On Campus

Faces On Campus

October 7, 2013

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

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The Bird in My Heart

The Bird in My Heart

September 30, 2013

Please be honest with me for a moment! I can’t be the only one who has a hard time with the question “What’s your favorite book?”, can I? My brain simply refuses to give

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Flower Conspiracy

Flower Conspiracy

September 30, 2013

A select number of animals seem to be blessed by the near-universal adoration of mankind, being widely regarded as perfectly innocent, angelic creatures for which the very idea of harming another living being must

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21st-Century French Revolution in Experimental Music

21st-Century French Revolution in Experimental Music

September 30, 2013

This week, I would like to introduce you to what are in my opinion two of the most creative recent musical projects. Alcest and Igorrr are both French-based solo projects, pushing the limits of

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Faces On Campus

Faces On Campus

September 30, 2013

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Does anyone here like winter better than summer? Yes? No? Maybe?

Does anyone here like winter better than summer? Yes? No? Maybe?

September 23, 2013

I realize that it’s pointless to ask this question. One season would lose its meaning without the other. Stagnation in this respect, as in any other, would serve nothing but the quest for dynamism.

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