Tag archive for CAAH

failed heroes

Barczewski noted a curious trend: British explorers and military leaders who failed to achieve their goals, sometimes in costly and dramatic fashion, were often celebrated and honored.

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no easy answers

Perhaps it’s unanswerable personal questions that drive Naimou’s professional inquiries to such intense, daunting subjects.

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Boundaries 02, 2013

Thousands of lines are scratched into glossy black paint on medium density fiberboard.

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Into the Literary Spotlight in Every Way

Brown’s path to becoming a novelist and university professor wasn’t a predictable one.

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A solar-savvy house and the ties that bind

Two generations later, on a hot day in May, I strap on a hardhat and orange safety vest and climb a gently sloping ramp to investigate another kind of solar dwelling.

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bring the audience to the artists

Community-supported art gives students a taste of the marketplace.

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Waste Less – Promote More

Foley’s case study discussed how the Clemson Players pioneered an environmentally conscious approach to production of Eurydice.

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a transformation of light

Tony Penna bides in a liminal space, between light and darkness.

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art for the fearless

Today Robert will teach Lanier how to repaint a damaged wall.

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A railway to reason?

Could a railroad built from the sea straight to the heart of a young America possibly have saved the country from the catastrophe of civil war?

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