Perceptive students returning last week might have noticed something new in front of the University Art Museum; the three rows of super-sized bronzed figurines, headless and armless, in regimental formation were installed over the summer. These large outdoor sculptures, titled … Read More
In the profile of Miuccia Prada that appeared in last week’s New Yorker, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas deconstructs and theorizes upon the nature of shopping. “Shopping,” he says, “used to be an autonomous entity with its own metabolism, but over the past twenty years it has infiltrated almost every activity known to man…”
In perhaps the greatest scoop of the year, specialists with the Nassau Weekly Department of Literary Espionage discovered an advance copy of J.M. Coetzee’s newest work in the men’s room stall of “The Mother of All Bathrooms” on the 300 … Read More
Realize the President has done something that makes you angry. Very angry. Read what a lot of other angry people have written, mostly from websites and blogs. Quickly formulate your own voice and opinions.