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Nine Semi-Productive Things to Do Instead of Wasting Your Time

May 29, 2020

As someone who is prone to overthinking and stress, it’s no surprise that quarantine gives me an adequate amount of anxiety. At first, I spent my quarantine lying in bed and enjoying the fact that I had nothing to do. But for me, like for most people, not having anything to do got old pretty quickly. So, I decided to develop ways to cope with the monotony of everyday life.

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Art and Social Change

May 13, 2020

When shopping at Urban Outfitters, Uniqlo, or Pacsun, it’s rare to consider the meaning of the art on a piece of clothing. Art and Social Change, a J-Term course I took taught by Megan Culp and Robin Friedman, made me actually think about the designs on a T-shirt and the artists behind them.

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Thursday

April 8, 2020

Art and writing by Sadie Hammarhead on her life while social distancing.

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Q&A with Brenden Dahl

October 15, 2018

Brenden Dahl (‘20) wrote a play, Imaginary, which won the 2017 Philadelphia Young Playwrights (PYP) Festival contest. Imaginary was produced as part of New Voices, a collaboration between PYP and Temple University. The play follows the troubles of Arthur, a man suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder. Dahl is currently writing a play under commission for […]

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Santigold on School, Songwriting and Not Selling Out

September 13, 2017

GFS graduate Santi White ’93 has been making it big in the music world after leaving high school. Her signature musical style is an eclectic amalgamation of punk, funk, reggae, rock and pop that has reached a worldwide audience. She is also an expert who has learnt the art of how to play congas. Writing […]

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