There is perhaps no figure who has become more viral over the past 18 months than Doja Cat.
Art is no stranger to the greater area of Boston, as theater and music overwhelm the residents with endless choices of performance. Street art is no exception, and it has a long history within Boston itself. Three murals in particular help gauge the history of Boston Art, as well as it’s future.
Our Atlas Style Team’s Serge, teamed up with Emerson freshman Nneamak Odom, to put together a fusion of African and contemporary American fashion during this Black History Month. Photographs by Thaler Bishop
Photos by Katherine Foultz Written by Darius Atefat-Peckham Colton Underwood On Reality Television I’ve heard some of you have been talking. Like I’m some giant golden retriever, but let’s hope there’s more to it than just the virginity thing. I’ve seen more than you could imagine: seen the Portuguese country-side on a miles long run…
On January 22, I received an email that there had been an act of vandalism in the stairwells of Piano Row. I had received the first email from President Lee Pelton addressing the issue. I was shocked that these acts were anti-Semitic — I had never encountered an incident of that nature that occurred so close to me. It was very upsetting to read that these events happened on our campus: a place I, and many others, considered a safe space.
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