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B: Bane

Haze

September 30, 2014

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 Rollin’ to my back Watching the cherry blossoms bloom and wither Life flows in reversed direction Time is crumbled into dusk deserts My voided pupils grow weary As your image becomes bleary Your worm feeds on my heart On my bra...

Stay Classy Dulaney Part Deux

Mackenzie Crotty

September 30, 2014

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Good evening  my fellow Dulaney - goers. I'd like to take a small pause to give a miniscule shoutout to anyone of Jewish descent for gifting us with the past hiatus from the monotonous, everlasting time period commonly referred...

On Art: Etsy Fest!

Jackie Andrews

September 30, 2014

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Howdy! Jackie here, with the first installment of Etsy Fest! Check out the goodies below.    I’m totally in love with this clutch by Studio Nono. $46.13 These socks are, admittedly, expensive, but the patterns are unique...

Magic Mike The Psych: On Crystal Balls

Michael Broyles

September 30, 2014

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The crystal ball has been used for thousands of years throughout mythology, in many fables, stories and novels. The Odyssey, Oedipus the Great, even Lord of the Rings, all had a crystal ball incorporated in one way or another...

i’m garbage

Audrea Wah

September 30, 2014

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real things I’ve heard this week 1.“Jake, can you please turn off Susan?” Yeah, Jake. She’s being annoying. Turn her off. It’s right at the base of her neck. That little bump? Push it.   2.  “Kawaii desu!” “I don’t know what that m...

Majesty and Wonder: Garden

Angela Nam

September 30, 2014

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Even though there are drawings that can be interpreted as old, it is not too shabby to remake the old pieces. This piece is from last year, December 22nd, three days before Christmas. I remember how I was “craving” for an er...

Not-So Comical Relief

Hannah Manley

September 29, 2014

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Last year I took a really awesome science class with (what do ya know) a bunch of really smart, “sciency” people in it. And one day, one of the seniors was talking about his English class and how much he hated it. He lamented...

The Get Fit Foodie: Let Them Eat Cake (and Have Killer Abs)

Ashley Forthuber

September 29, 2014

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Sometimes you just need some chocolate cake.  With chocolate chips.  And ice cream.  Especially when you’re in the middle of college applications. This is the perfect treat to get you through those once-in-a-while days. ...

Around the World in 180 Days: Orocka Your Playlist

Hannah Wampler

September 29, 2014

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Konichiwa! Okaerinasai! (Hello! Welcome back!) The next step on our musical journey around the world takes us to Japan! When you think of Japan, what pops into your mind first? I bet it’s something along the lines of sushi...

New In Pop Culture: Emma Watson – Actress, Feminist, or God?

Charlotte Slaughter

September 29, 2014

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The answer is..........all three. “If not me, who? If not now, when?” Asked to the U.N. by Emma Watson, the new Goodwill Ambassador for U.N. Women, the questions were meant to get people to reconsider their lack of involvement in the feminist movement. She was discussing her new HeForShe campa...

DDIY: Book Stool

Emilia Waters

September 29, 2014

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For this week’s DDIY I wanted to do something fun and fall- themed, to really get into the spirit of the season. I searched the internet for the perfect craft or recipe, but nothing really got my attention. Everything either...

Charm City: The Charles

Danielle Zarachowicz

September 28, 2014

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The Best Place to be if you’re a Fervent Movie Watcher:   The Charles Theater, located on North Charles Street in downtown Baltimore, is definitely the place to be if you’re a movie fan of all types and genres.  Hollywood ...