Claire Doyle

Cultivating Camaraderie: Addressing Loneliness on the Hilltop

Cultivating Camaraderie: Addressing Loneliness on the Hilltop

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08/30/2016

There’s something really impersonal about many of the “back to school” tips and articles circulating this time of year.  They focus on our school-social life balance, our involvement in clubs, our academic goals, the bad habits we think we’ll finally shed.  But they rarely address what—to me—is the crux of a uniquely fulfilling college experience:…

Yield to Pedestrians:  The Commercialization of Street Art

Yield to Pedestrians: The Commercialization of Street Art

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02/10/2015

Whether you wander around a modern art museum with your eyes glazed over or find yourself contemplating the title of Marcel Duchamp’s porcelain urinal, most of us have been confronted with the question: “What is art?” In his 2010 documentary, Exit Through the Gift Shop, director and elusive street artist Banksy critically explores how artistic…

College Disorientation: All the tools, none of the vision

College Disorientation: All the tools, none of the vision

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01/28/2015

We’re told that college is where it’s at.  So that’s what you’d expect when you lug your entire life into Terminal E and ship it, along with yourself, to university. If disappointment rears its head during your first semesters, it’s admitted that freshman year, exclusively, is not where it’s at. And yet, there’s something isolating…

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