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In fifth-grade art class, we learned about Jackson Pollock, an artist known for abstract expressionism. He became famous for dripping paint onto canvases, flicking and throwing and pouring colors all over the place in the name of art.

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I walk down to the kitchen to find a bowl of walnuts sitting on the counter.

“Your dad got them for ‘health and happiness,’” my mom recounts to me.

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In retrospect, it was a bad decision to review “A Ghost Story” for the Daily this past summer.

Shrimp is sauteed in olive oil in a large paella pan over mesquite

On September 24, I took a trip to Zingerman’s Deli to witness the making of paella, a traditional Spanish dish.

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Public Policy junior Daniel Greene remembers one of the first fraternity rush events he attended as a freshman.

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In U.S. politics, the call for tolerating differences between people — based on class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or most any other identity — has been assigned to the realm of liberalism, generally speaking.

Students hike through Paintbrush Canyon in Grand Teton National Park.

The first mountain I climbed in Wyoming wasn’t even really a mountain. Mt.

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I woke up Saturday morning not to the sound of birds chirping outside my window, not to the smell of pancakes and eggs wafting into my bedroom from the kitchen, but instead to the muffled sound of a shotgun race and ’07 Yeezy playing down the street.

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On Friday September 15th, I headed to the Diag to photograph my friends’ band, Shmongo, at an event hosted by Stamp Nation, a student organization devoted to student musicians.

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At 7 a.m. on Monday, first year Public Health student Dana Greene faced the flagpole and took a knee at the center of the Diag.

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