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April 23, 2014 No Comments

Freedom of expression has found its home on Twitter. You can basically say whatever you want when you want. It can be used for worthy discussion of meaningful topics or for adolescent comedy. But sometimes adolescent humor can bring about a reflection on a meaningful topic. My favorite twitter account is by far Seinfeld Current […]

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Fargo, the new TV show on FX, is not the same thing as Fargo, one of the best films by the Coen brothers. But they’re also kind of the same thing. I know, I know. I was kind of confused myself before I saw the first episode. As it turns out, Fargo the show is […]

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Over the weekend, I visited MIT to see the Public Space? Lost & Found Symposium & Exhibition. This event was organized by the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT). The most interesting speaker presentation out of the ones I was able to see would be Coryn Kempster, and his proposal about the Museum […]

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Librarians at Mugar Library are hosting an installation about the right to freely and openly express ideas, which has been created by library student employees and seniors in CFA, Adriana Antezana and Ava DeVoe. The installation can be found in various locations in Mugar, as well as on the library digital display in the link […]

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