Thoroughly contemporary Claire

Thoroughly contemporary Claire

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

May 21, 2012

Surrounded by old posters and dressed in neon Queen T-shirts, the freshman me wanted to live in an earlier time. At a certain point I think we’ve all wished this, whether it’s the 70s when our favorite artists were alive, or the Middle Ages where our nearly translucent skin was actually a sign of...

One rapper, one street artist: two talents named “Blu”

One rapper, one street artist: two talents named “Blu”

Claire Kelloway & Sam Schmieg, A&E Editors

April 27, 2012

Street Art - Claire Kelloway Over the past decade, street art has quickly moved from a crime to a recognized art form. More and more street artists are becoming house-hold names, and even more importantly being featured in serious art museums. For those who are less familiar with the genre, the c...

A growing Pinterest

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

March 24, 2012

High-waisted jeans are no longer the only trend that transcends the worlds of high schoolers and moms, I’m referring to the growing interest in the website, aptly named: Pinterest. What started in 2009 as a way for mom’s to swap recipes and DIY ideas caught fire this summer amongst (mostly female)...

Call of Duty: Modern Snowfare

Call of Duty: Modern Snowfare

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

February 17, 2012

An exposé on the art of snow warfare Having gone no longer than a week with solid snow-cover, it is fair to say this winter has been lackluster at best. Many students are yearning for a day of snow-frolicking fun, with sledding, snowman-building and, of course, a snowball fight. But in the abse...

Student profile: Nicky Swanson

Student profile: Nicky Swanson

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

December 22, 2011

Just last month, over 5,000 people gathered in Las Vegas to celebrate the art of mining, crafting, fighting “mobs” and all things Minecraft at the game’s first annual “MineCon” convention. For those who are not living under rocks (cobblestone to be exact), Minecraft is a free building computer...

From Minnesota, to National Geographic, to the World – An artist profile of photographer Annie Griffiths

From Minnesota, to National Geographic, to the World - An artist profile of photographer Annie Griffiths

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

October 27, 2011

Even after having visited 125 countries around the world, photographer Annie Griffiths is proud to say, “Minnesota is still my home.” Ms. Griffiths grew up in Edina and graduated from the University of Minnesota, in fact her first newspaper job was working for the Minnesota Daily. But since then...

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