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The Revival of Film and Digital Photography
The Revival of Film and Digital Photography
Natalie DeVille, Journalist/Social Media Manager • February 1, 2024

As iPhone camera quality improves, why do we turn back towards digital and film cameras? Gen Z is brushing the dust off boxes in their basements to find their parents’ old digital...

What its like to Play Sports at an Arts School
What it's like to Play Sports at an Arts School
Nora Smith, Journalist • November 17, 2023

I joined the Carver Center Girls JV soccer team as a sophomore, and I was pleasantly surprised by the strength and competitiveness of the team, and I honestly wasn’t expecting...

Art & Disability: Gawking vs. Exploration
Ivy McKnight, Journalist • October 31, 2023
I loathe the stereotype that disabled people are either considered so weak they can’t think for themselves or dangerous enough to be locked away. I am not weak nor am I dangerous: I am simply me. Freddy Krueger’s negative disposition, combined with his stereotyped presentation, tells a different story. The intersection of misogyny in his crimes, the unnerving vibes of the film, and his disability being central to his characterization paints a deceptively unfavorable view of disabled people in general.
Dan The Circus Man
Dan The Circus Man
Agnes Luzar October 18, 2023

Huge white and red tents, tight walking elephants, trained rhinos, pigs, tigers, and one clown performer. This is the circus we know today, but who started it all? And what did...

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