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The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill may have drifted to the far corners of our collective memory, but its impacts are still being felt along the affected region of the Gulf Coast. From Pensacola to New Orleans, there continue to … Continue reading
Ian Gavigan ’14 spent six weeks of his summer research fellowship working in archives and libraries in Berlin, Germany. He didn’t spend all his time there buried in old newspapers. Here, Ian enjoys a late afternoon in Berlin’s neighbor to … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks since returning from England, I have been working around the clock to finish my documentary. I went through many stages of rough cuts—the first was 14-minutes and I was finally able to cut it down … Continue reading
The new Matmos record “The Marriage of True Minds” is now streaming on Pitchfork.com; psychic material for the album was recorded as part of a Mellon Tri-College Creative Residencies project with Haverford Professor of English Gustavus Stadler… Haverford folks may … Continue reading
Past Student Arts Fund recipient Jon Appel ’12 created the animation for Plume Giant‘s new music video We Got It Made! Enjoy.
ATTN: Hackers, Designers, Luddites, Emoticon-Artists, YouTube Hooligans, Blogger Oddities, Ambient Electronic Muzak-Makers, Faculty, Students, Staff, and all manner of Digital/Non-Digital/Post-Digital Scholars In the fall of 2012 in Magill Library’s Philips Wing, 20-something students, staff, and faculty gathered together for the … Continue reading