The annual singing competition took off with an electric reaction from the crowd as Paula Abdul from “American Idol,” Chord Overstreet from “Glee,” and Jensen Ackles of “Supernatural” took the stage to be announced as some of the several celebrity guests in this year’s Spring Sing judging panel.
With its puzzle-like appearance and distorted image of a human body, the assembled wood panel painting evokes a somewhat nostalgic feeling of reminiscing an early past experience.
Hot Cheetos, Shin Bowls and dining hall pizzas have become staple foods in many college students’ diets, and while eating these deliciously greasy vittles might be conveniently satisfying, they can hardly be considered food for thought.
Lauren Peikert’s pound cake, shaped like an open book, was topped with a chocolate powder garden and candy vegetables and exuded a playful and imaginative take on “The Tale of Peter Rabbit.” As the winning selection of two of the festival’s categories, her piece did not go unnoticed.
From eerie, bloody portraits of shady figures to portrayals of Mickey Mouse’s death, the Llyn Foulkes exhibit at the Hammer Museum is highly emotive to say the least.
Llyn Foulkes is an artist active since the 1960s whose art reflects his commentary on pop culture and mainstream society, including the Disney character Mickey Mouse.
This week, I was hugged by a video. What?
Turning a crafting hobby into a part-time job seems like an ideal move for busy students, especially when profits can be earned with a little hard work through the convenience of a computer.
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