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Tourists mill about as they wait for The Louvre to open, captured by Pedro Szekely.

Visiting The Louvre from my couch

Maya Johnson, Copy Editor February 4, 2022

As a recent art coinesseour myself, the famous displays of The Louvre present an excitement like no other. Even though the site holds the appeal of some of the best-known art pieces, traveling all the...

Gastón Charós untitled art piece sparks intrigue and astonishment.

Learning to love (art)

Maya Johnson, Copy Editor February 4, 2022

I don’t understand art. I’ve always considered myself to be more of a literary person instead, choosing to find the depth behind words rather than that of a seemingly meaningless swipe of color....

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Celebrating 50 Years of The Beatles

Reagan Young, Staff Writer January 4, 2022

50 years ago, the iconic photo of the Beatles, Paul Mccartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison, walking across the zebra-printed crosswalk of Abbey Road in London was captured. Along with...

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Spreading benevolence through art

Reagan Young, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

The most amazing thing about art is that it can be used to spread so many different messages. Whether it be the colors they choose or an odd pattern, an artist is able to lighten people's moods through...

π-casso Pointers: learn about the ratio behind golden works of art

π-casso Pointers: learn about the ratio behind ‘golden’ works of art

Sage Cooley, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 25, 2019

Welcome, artists and mathematicians! This series will focus on how mathematical properties work to both create and improve art. Read on to learn about the beauty of the golden ratio, where artists have...

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