Life after ECLA

The time has come to think about the future, as we are now only 8 weeks away from the end of the academic year. With this in mind, the students are facing important decisions about their professional and academic careers. However, the fog may clear if instead of wondering about what the future holds we

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Viewpoints: Acting Workshop

Students who showed up for the acting workshop given by actor David Barlow last week, might have expected anything. But surely they didn’t expect that “VIEWPOINTS: a physical, dance-based approach to making theater” would involve two hours of simply… walking. Walking, running, stopping and sitting on the floor, trying not to bump into each other.

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Who’s Afraid of Abstract Art?

Standing in front of Barnett Newman’s Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue? for twenty minutes in a row is a demanding activity. Two large squares of bright red and yellow, divided by a vertical stripe of dark blue is a perfect choice to start discussing abstract art. The Neue Nationalgalerie, made of glass, marble

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Last Day in Rome

After several days in Florence, Rome was a sudden change from medieval or Renaissance architecture to the Baroque. Bearing this in mind, the last day of the Italy Exeat was a lesson on what came after the Renaissance. We were very lucky that the Villa Borghese, a building formerly not open to the public, opened

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Annual Conference Dinner

Do you have an issue or concern that you would like to address? Do you think our community is able to make a change? Do you have a plan? These questions were posed during the Annual Conference introductory dinner on Thursday, March 8th. The Annual Conference is a forum of inquiry into current affairs that

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