Work of the Week – Featuring Luke Williams

Work of the Week – Featuring Luke Williams Luke is a rising junior and Oklahoma City native who lives in Currier House studying Social Studies with a focus on Economics and Sociology. He works at the Boston Municipal Court Service Center, writes for The Crimson newsboard, and covered Czechia, Poland, and Hungary in Let’s Go 2020. A long time fiction fan, Luke recently discovered that his real writing interests might lie in creative nonfiction, so now he spends way too much time trying to sound like David Foster Wallace—you might even catch him asking you to “Consider the Lobster.”  “The …

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What’s On Your Watchlist?

  What’s On Your Watchlist?   BY JEN EASON   I have the privilege of being quarantined with five other human beings and two felines, namely, my family. They provide madness-abating social interaction and give me someone to talk to besides myself and the walls. They also provide movie recommendations (well, the cats don’t) when we’ve decided that we can’t actually stand another evening of card games. It’s mostly my mom and my brother, who have two very different tastes. David is a self-proclaimed weeb (someone who likes anime) and tried to explain the origin of the term to me, …

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Studios and Individuals

  Studios and Individuals An interview with the professor and head TF for Drawing 1   BY MICHAEL KIELSTRA   “The day that they found out it was awful… people were in tears and confused… It’s hard for me to imagine how this is going to work.” Katarina Burin, an artist who teaches Drawing 1, is not ashamed to admit that the early move-out came as a shock to everyone. Tanner Gauvin, head TF, was “taking it day by day.” Although, in Gauvin’s words, “drawing is… more of a mobile medium” than others, Drawing 1, an AFVS studio course with …

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