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Urban design can seem tied to city life to the untrained eye, but once you set your mind to looking for it, you can see aesthetic and practical choices all around you.
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Born in Israel and trained as an artist at Bezalel Academy of Art and Columbia University School of the Arts, Ohad Meromi has centered community and social justice in his work.
Rebeca Lane is following in the heavily political tradition of many hip-hop acts like Public Enemy and Mos Def. Her music is based in the Guatemalan experience.
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Renee Fleming, prolific soprano, visited Rutgers on Tuesday to discuss music and neuroscience. She's been a guinea pig for scientists who view brain activity during musical performance.
Steven Soderbergh, pictured above, using an iPhone 8 to film a scene from "High Flying Bird." Apple's trademark product is increasingly being used for feature length films.
Support systems should consist of people who offer you constructive criticism while simultaneously celebrating your achievements.
The student protests of 1989 were part of an especially tumultuous year in global politics. Khiang H. Hei's portraits illuminate the hope and optimism within the movement.