...I feel my peers and I have at times made two false presumptions about art and its role in our lives.
Acclaimed multimedia artist Wayne White unveiled his new installation project, Wayne-O-Rama, last Saturday at the Tenn Arts studio on Rossville Avenue.
Frida Kahlo’s 1929 portrait “Nina con collar” or “Girl with Necklace” hung for 60 years, hidden from the public in the private residence of Kahlo’s assistant.
Dear men’s and women’s basketball team,
I'm still cheering for you. ...But more than being fellow athletes, you are primarily my brothers and sisters in Christ. Therefore, I am appealing for not only you, but also the overall community, to please hear me out.
As I have gotten older, I have noticed a trend among younger Christians that bothers me. ...What I am talking about is Christians’ affinity for alcohol and more specifically, Christians getting drunk very frequently and not thinking anything of it.
Let’s make the Great Hall great again! Yes, lest we forget, there was a golden age for this medieval gem; let’s free it from the bonds of commercial money-grubbing malice.
Prior to the game, for the duration of the national anthem some of my teammates exercised their right to kneel. ...In this moment, my stance was greatly shifted from largely undecided to more of a kneel, if you will. Here’s why.
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