The Wasps and the Bees

The Wasps and the Bees

February 17, 2014

In honor of the recent feast day of St. Valentine, patron saint of beekeepers and bubonic plague (among other, less important things), this column will be devoted to bees and their extended family—that is

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The Man of Many Faces

The Man of Many Faces

February 17, 2014

This week, we are hosting Daniel Dumile, who is one of the most influential and iconic musicians from the underground hip-hop scene. He not only makes creative music, but has also been able to

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

February 17, 2014

Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV)

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Movies, Women and the Bechdel Test

Movies, Women and the Bechdel Test

February 10, 2014

The beginning of the new year brought with it many exciting changes as well as familiar, heartwarming rituals. An example of the former may be….whatever you changed in your life as part of your

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BY SERA ULUSOY

BY SERA ULUSOY

February 10, 2014

As someone who has the tendency to pick up melancholy quite easily, I probably should not be enjoying the Fitzgerald novels this much, nor should I be this much involved in the gloomy yet

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COVER ART

COVER ART

February 10, 2014

Last time I talked about the art of covering. This week, I want to change the order of the words and talk about cover art. Actually, I should be more specific about it and

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

February 10, 2014

By M. Furkan Akıncı (LAW/IV) & Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV)  

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Prone to Travel

Prone to Travel

February 3, 2014

If I were to summarize my winter break in one word, I’d choose “wanderlust.” Such a beautiful word, right? It basically means “a strong impulse or longing to travel.” Well, unfortunately, traveling around is

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