In the few weeks leading up to finals, our lives can lose a bit of their wonder. The time for thoughtful musings and questions is over as we are trapped by the expectation that we know all the answers for our exams. But at Curiouser, the Pomona College Senior Art
Tonight at 10:30 p.m. by the Smith Campus Center at Pomona College, the “moving-flash-mob-dance-party” otherwise known as TERRA-rise will begin. As the night progresses, the party will move, music and all, from one unplanned location to another (so bring your wheels and boom box). The party’s goal is both “organized
From a wearable neckpiece to a working clock, the submissions to the second annual Re:Book contest at Honnold/Mudd Library showed an impressive creativity in recycling and re-imagining old books. The Library Outreach Committee displayed the products of this unique, repurposed-paper art contest last Tuesday in honor of National Library Week.
For poet and high school algebra teacher Cory “Besskepp” Cofer, writing has always been part of the process of storytelling. He held a workshop Thursday at the Motley entitled “Art of Storytelling through Poetry,” in which he gave advice for how to capture what he explained was your most important
Standing in the center of the Kirsten Everberg exhibition In a Grove at the Pomona College Museum of Art, you begin to feel as if you have fallen into another realm. On all four walls of the small gallery space, large paintings of a grayish forest lock you into their mysterious
Whether abstract art enthralls, irritates, bores, or confuses you, its style serves as an example of how polarizing and diverse evaluations of art can be. Art is one of the few arenas where a variety of responses is to be expected and where debate often arises about which response is
Django Unchained, a Western-style revenge film about a freed slave named Django, has received much critical acclaim, winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe, and BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay. Yet despite general approval, controversy about the film’s portrayal of the charged topic of slavery has shadowed this film, epitomized
Last November, Dana Christensen PZ ’15 learned firsthand what a 5150 meant. In her words, “it’s a 72-hour psychiatrical for people who are a danger to themselves or others.” During her 13-day stay in a psychiatric ward and her subsequent time in San Diego as an outpatient at Aurora Behavioral