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  • Me, Myself and Somaye chronicles the experiences of an international student coming directly from Iran, who had never been to another country, started college a few years later than average, […]

    Me, Myself and Somaye #4: Unveiled

    Me, Myself and Somaye chronicles the experiences of an international student coming directly from Iran, who had never been to another country, started college a few years later than average, […]

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  • Marieke Liem sheds light on familicide and identifies two types of perpetrators.   Only the best was good enough for his wife and his two sons. A new car for […]

    The End of the World or A New Beginning?

    Marieke Liem sheds light on familicide and identifies two types of perpetrators.   Only the best was good enough for his wife and his two sons. A new car for […]

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  • Stefanie van Rootselaar ponders the possible demise of the print media.   Media and journalism have always fascinated me. Without media, journalism and news mean nothing. Media are the messengers […]

    How Dead is Print?

    Stefanie van Rootselaar ponders the possible demise of the print media.   Media and journalism have always fascinated me. Without media, journalism and news mean nothing. Media are the messengers […]

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  • As the debate surrounding the Dutch tradition grows louder, Laura Kraak examines the intricacies of including it on UNESCO’s Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.   Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet. […]

    Zwarte Piet: A Rascist Heritage?

    As the debate surrounding the Dutch tradition grows louder, Laura Kraak examines the intricacies of including it on UNESCO’s Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.   Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet. […]

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  • by Alan T. Smithee   To Whomever Finds This, I became acquainted with the research of professor Estéban Stidzler while on a relaxing sightseeing cruise of the Caribbean Windward Islands, […]

    Greetings from Rabbit Island!

    by Alan T. Smithee   To Whomever Finds This, I became acquainted with the research of professor Estéban Stidzler while on a relaxing sightseeing cruise of the Caribbean Windward Islands, […]

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  • Maarten Diederix shares his thoughts on the end being nigh.   The end of the world. It sounds like a movie, but then with an un-Hollywood-like ending, not good at […]

    Message from the Housemaster

    Maarten Diederix shares his thoughts on the end being nigh.   The end of the world. It sounds like a movie, but then with an un-Hollywood-like ending, not good at […]

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  • Aaron Koblin – Digital Storyteller In this interview for D&AD, Aaron Koblin tells of exploring the new frontiers in interactive storytelling.   Aaron Koblin is an artist and designer specializing […]

    This Exquisite Forest

    Aaron Koblin – Digital Storyteller In this interview for D&AD, Aaron Koblin tells of exploring the new frontiers in interactive storytelling.   Aaron Koblin is an artist and designer specializing […]

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  • Squishy Cops. Pudgy popos. Cuddly constables. “Who are these two officers of the law?” many people asked, “and why are they squishy?” The reference to Exquisite Corpse, the surrealist technique […]

    Da Squishy Cops are in Town

    Squishy Cops. Pudgy popos. Cuddly constables. “Who are these two officers of the law?” many people asked, “and why are they squishy?” The reference to Exquisite Corpse, the surrealist technique […]

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  • Kiran Coleman enlightens us on what the number one movie at the US box office around Halloween can tell us about 21st century Western society.   The horror genre has […]

    Horrified

    Kiran Coleman enlightens us on what the number one movie at the US box office around Halloween can tell us about 21st century Western society.   The horror genre has […]

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  • Marja Kuzmanic investigates the workings of the deeply troubled mind.   It is
 about hunger, about emptiness, never-ending emptiness, never-ending darkness, never-ending depth into which you keep falling and falling… […]

    The Dark World of the Suicidal Individual

    Marja Kuzmanic investigates the workings of the deeply troubled mind.   It is
 about hunger, about emptiness, never-ending emptiness, never-ending darkness, never-ending depth into which you keep falling and falling… […]

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