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Art Culture

Notre Dame aflame: our relationship with the built environment

News of the fire at Paris’ beloved Notre-Dame cathedral was everywhere. We all saw it – a dark Parisian skyline lit up by engulfing flames as the 850-year-old cathedral blackened in the smog. Panning away from the nightmarish scene, however, was to look upon a united Parisian community, gathering together for their cherished Notre-Dame – […]

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Creative Writing

Three poems for Resistance

LETTER HOME The night of nights approaches From somewhere bright with day No score is left to settle, the games are left to play. The lull of lemon zanies, On fruitcake fields of gray, Delights the doldrum downing A screaming gleam away. Be near and still, be silent, There is no spell to tell, And […]