In the first installment of Two Guys, One Topic, the guys examine Male Vanity.
Summary of security incidents on the CalArts campus between January 24, 2012 and February 25, 2012.
Stumble upon a horn-dominant, ten-plus-piece band and you’ve landed in the world of The Sogo Takeover that maneuvers between solos, spontaneous duets and sections back into full band pick-ups that blast its audience into shouts, jumps and raised fists.
Letter from the Editor
Vol. 1 No. 2
Here we are again for round two. It’s the end of the middle of the semester. We’re all sweating, maybe even bleeding a little from the nose, ears, mouth, brain, or stomach. (Ulcers, anyone? Seriously—anyone besides me?)
Congrats to all the bands that played at the first YR HAUS concert last Saturday. All those who were lucky enough to attend may find this review a bit redundant. How could anyone forget such an incredible night!?
Broad classifications and generalizations of either gender must cease, for in order for women to become the equals of men, men must become the equals of women. This is no simple task for humanity, but the first step we must take if we are to rise above the traditional gender roles is to break free of an unhealthy reliance on defined social structures as a means of self expression.
BabyTumorFace Little Dude,
I just realized that my thesis proposal is the stupidest thing I’ve ever come up with, but I’ve already started. I have these awful paintings of my mom’s vagina with aliens coming out. What do I do?
— Majorly Fucked
“There’s something happening between the fish, the cabbage, and the wet hand.” …
Everybody has their own limit to how much they can handle on their plate. Veterans of this school have an amazing tolerance for bringing large amounts of this world into themselves. A first year with a similar appetite would explode following a fourth year’s lifestyle; his body couldn’t take being bloated in so many directions. I might like my food hot, but everyone has their own threshold for what burns.
On March 15, 2012 from 12-1 p.m. CalArts President Steven Lavine held a Town Hall meeting for the community where he answered questions submitted via Google Moderator by students, faculty, and staff. Click to read a summary of the points made.