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What’s your Tattoo Story?

Tattoo: an indelible mark or figure fixed upon the body by insertion of pigment under the skin or by production of scars– that is according to Merriam-Webster. But what does the word tattoo mean to you? Tattoos have entirely different meanings to every single individual. To those that actually made the chose to become “imprinted,”…

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Uncovering the Street Art Controversy

Walking into the Halsey is like walking into the modern world of tomorrow after leaving the historical Charleston streets. Clean black and white walls are adorned with shadowbox depictions of wildlife for the current exhibition, The Image Hunter: On the Trail of John James Audubon. Last Tuesday the gallery’s usually open space contained lines of…

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Let’s Chalk About It

An hour and a half has passed since the doors of Beech were locked. The floors have been swept, the dishes washed and the manager is meticulously counting large wads of cash for the final count of the night. For Dayana Wilkins, however, there is still work to be done. College of Charleston senior Dayana…

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The Art of Happiness

Sprawled across off-white bathroom stalls in the women’s room of Maybank Hall are scribbles from many different women, all eager to express their opinions. Students enter the bathroom, BIC pens in hand and anonymity intact, and turn the women’s restroom into a miniature Halsey center, demonstrating their intricate doodles. Some of the work is so beautiful that…

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“A Crow Looked at Me” by Mount Eerie–An Album Review

Death, and the fear thereof, is a shared human experience. At humanity’s most confused moments, existential angst claws at meaning in how we make sense of our lives. We fear the moments we occupy in the present, and fear what is beyond. Thankfully, art helps humanity reckon with its futility. On A Crow Looked at…

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