Posts in Culture
Intoxication for the Ear: Christmas Music from the Past

“What the lyrics to these carols contain is a kaleidoscope of images — a hare, a tree of life, christ winning humanity in battle, an eagle bearing a lover away, a spotless rose. Listening to them, the winter glows with light and fantasy until the light comes back. “

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“What is that noise now? What is the wind doing?"

Accompanied by an original illustration by Rachel Tay, Eliza Campbell addresses the November spirit while contemplating Ruth Negga as Hamlet, Hozier’s recent ‘Movement,’ and a passage from T.S. Eliot’s ‘The Wasteland.’

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Five Lesser-Known Paris Museums

Art student studying curation, Milena Glicenstein shares a thoughtful selection of five lesser-known museums to visit in Paris.

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How to be a Saint (for Halloween)

Beauty Editor Rory Mara reemerges from the dead for Halloween with a modern day spin on a #medieval martyr – Saint Margaret of Antioch!

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Morris & Co x H&M: A Conflict Between Culture and Commerciality?

“Fashion is also one of the most genuine forms of self-care I know. Not only is it a means to assert political feeling, but it can also be a valid way to find comfort in spite of the uncertainty and hurt the political climate continues to inflict.”

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