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Talley Gallery Exhibit’s ‘Mish Mash’

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 01/19/2011 Derrick Riley, from Lexington, Ken., will be featuring his artwork in the Talley Gallery in the Education Arts Building between now and February 16. The exhibit, titled “Mish Mash,” is primarily imagery done via woodcut and woodcut collage. With its sketch-like look, each image represents everyday life, repetition and consumerism. Riley’s artist statement reflects on his purpose behind his imagery. “The reflection of
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“Whistling At Dawn” Comes to Gallery X

Peder Aalgaard | Staff Writer | 01/19/2011 Gallery X is currently hosting “Whistling at Dawn,” an exhibit of photography by Leif Voltz, an elementary education major. Voltz’s interest in photography started around the age of 13, when he received his first camera. Later on, he used a digital camera his father owned for his job. He took pictures around his grandmother’s farm, which impressed his parents. This was Voltz’s first
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What to Watch For

Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh Amber Gran | A&E Editor| 02/02/2011 Whether you’re a Packers fan or loyal to the Steelers, this weekend is going to be big. Super Bowl XLV is here and that means it is time to buy the beverages, prepare the snacks, invite the neighbors over, all to watch the game and, hopefully, some fantastic commercials — unless you are willing to shell out anywhere between $1,985
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What’s On Her Playlist This Week?

Natasha Bedingfield’s “Strip Me” Amber Gran | A&E Editor | 01/26/2011 I believe quite fully in the power of music; that the right song at the right moment can make a person feel better, even if only for a split second. Now, I thought about compiling another playlist, but when I started placing songs together, there were just so many to choose from that I couldn’t decide. So I set
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The Touché Gallerie: Best of 2010

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 01/26/2011 The Touché Gallerie is currently featuring Art Association’s Best of 2010, an exhibit that showcases students’ artwork that was collected by submission entry. The exhibit, which runs through January 28, features classic mediums such as sculpture, ceramics, metals and jewelry, painting, charcoal and chalk drawings, and some new forms of art such as screen-print, monoprints and collagraphs, and book sculpture. Jon Billing, a
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What to Watch For

"Never Say Never" Amber Gran | A&E Editor | 01/26/2011 The young Canadian has done it again, this time in film format. Sixteen-year-old pop sensation Justin Bieber is coming out with his very own movie following the title of his latest single, “Never Say Never.” The TV movie is about his life. It’s the typical, as the trailer states, “rags to riches” storyline. As a talented young fellow with a
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Amanda Duncan Entertains in Lower HMU

Sara Wielenberg | Staff Writer | 01/26/2011 Singer and songwriter Amanda Duncan entertained students in the Lower Union on January 20 by invitation of CAB, the Campus Activity Board. CAB hired Duncan to perform for students with her own songs, as well as a few familiar covers while they ate their lunches. She performed solo, playing her acoustic guitar or her mandolin for backup. Duncan picked up guitar in her