Live Again

Live Again

by Francheska Martinez  With this piece, I wanted to capture the story of coming back from being discarded and recreating yourself into something beautiful, stepping out of the shadows you were tossed into. Taking an old book tossed away and forgotten, and making it into something that can be admired and beautiful. The flower concept in […]

Anxiety

Anxiety

  Amanda​ ​Brubaker ARTIST STATEMENT It’s not (always) the existential questions of life that haunt me, mostly it’s the piling up of my to-do list and deviations from my intended plan that begin to paralyze me from doing things creative. The worry leads me to more worry, neuroticism and even depression. My apprehensions could be […]

Nothing Lasts

Nothing Lasts

Nothing Lasts by Matt Passant   I have thought often, these more than a decade and less than twenty years since you have gone: about what you said, and what you meant, and if it’s true   that the stars we see with wonder at night and awe, are already dead, brightly fading, by the […]

Letter: Morons with Cell Phones

Letter: Morons with Cell Phones

Recently, in the crush of bodies between classes on campus, I was nearly run into by a young woman. Her head was down and she was ferociously fingering the keypad of her cell phone in a seeming life or death struggle to get a text message out. If it were not for me saying “BOO!” […]

“Courageous” movie inspires fathers to step up

Christin Mitchell cmitch39@mscd.edu   It has been a while since I have seen a movie that inspires me to change actions when I get up from my seat. Sherwood Picture’s latest movie, “Courageous,” did make me want to make a change but there is only one problem — I will never be a father. Sherwood […]