Jessica Felleman examines and responds to the letter posted around campus by An Anonymous CalArts Student.
Charles Levin tenderly discusses his Sheltie’s battle with cancer.
Student Responses to Steven Lavine’s Open Letter to CalArts
E-mailed to the Community on February 22, 2012.
Summary of security incidents on the CalArts campus between November 30, 2011 and January 23, 2012.
Early on in President Obama’s recent State of the Union address he claimed that economic disparity is the top issue of the moment. That claim is dangerously wrong. The issue of the moment is the degradation and exploitation of what sustains and nourishes humanity:
It’s the Earth, Stupid!
The first installment of an ongoing series of project ideas for film students. This month: Sweatshirt Wedding, Party and Style: Hawaii, Friends and Precipitation, The Man Who Was a Computer Man, Birds of the Night, and Sports.
This school (and its precursor, the Chouinard Art Institute) has had a multitude of student papers; in 1966, it even had two competing. Based on what’s in the archives, CalArts hasn’t seen such a number of and involvement in student publications since the ’70s. But the issues will always be there, and we should always be discussing them.
On Tuesday December 13, 2011 at 8 a.m. in the buzz, a “talking document for Task Force Meeting” was talked about. This document was in response to the student distress surveys conducted last semester. It was designed as a starting point for conversation with the hope that an “action plan” would result.
Letter from the Editor
Vol. 1 No. 1
You know those images floating around the Internet that show what various people think you do versus what you actually do?