This week I am bringing to you the second installment in what can now be considered Art of the Matter’s Monthly DIY Post!
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Last weekend’s 70-degree temperatures got me in the mood for spring. I started going through my closet and pulling out all of my favorite dresses and shorts, but just like with any new season I started longing for new clothes. Instead of going shopping I decided to get creative and turn old clothes into new.
Last week, Tom and I attended a free lecture at the Tempe History Museum. The topic for this month was the research of Stephen Germick about the Apache Leap legend. The legend goes like this:
It is not every day that you see me writing about printers. I actually try to avoid writing about those things because nothing amazing has come from them recently. While this is still true, ASU has tried to make printing that much easier with their recent enactment of the Print Anywhere feature offered on campus.
“Four score and seven years ago…”
Saturday night, after experiencing the shenanigans that are the Idiotarod, I headed to Long Wong’s in Tempe for Tempe Starving Artist’s February zine release party.
“It was psychologically devastating and the most harmful experience of my life.”
January is a special month for me. And this January was no different, except that this time, an earthquake hit my body and shook my soul.
Enter SPM's 2013 photo contest by submitting one photo and a 200 word entry about that photo to email@example.com by Feb. 15. The top 10 photos will be published in the 'Best Of' print edition.
Remember when every toy or gift we received required some size of battery? My house had a battery drawer (it has now become an everything drawer) full of AA’s, AAA’s, C’s, D’s, 9V’s and whatever random watch batteries we would collect over time. Those batteries never had great lives, even after using tricks like storing batteries in the freezer to retain its charge.
I probably should not be so embarrassed to admit this, but I have seen enough ASU students on OkCupid to know I’m not alone in using a digital matchmaker to grab at the elusive dangling carrot of love.
Best Burger: The ChuckBox
A lawmaker’s bill, which would have prevented print advertisers from dramatically altering images, did not see a vote this year but has initiated a debate among groups about false advertising and the portrayal of women’s bodies.
An Occupy Wall Street flyer urges people to “shut down the corporations” with the sophomoric rationale that to shut down corporations is to “create a society that is organized to meet human needs...” Meanwhile, the once venerable Forbes magazine asks the question, “Is Obama a Socialist?” only to answer, “Yes, Obama is a Socialist.” Somebody should lock these people in a room together. The bickering distracts from the real problem: single-minded corporations.
Friday and Saturday marked ASU’s second Jumpstarting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Careers workshop, which was geared primarily toward women and minorities planning STEM careers.
St. Vincent is a musician that is equal parts adorable and musically talented. Lucky for us, the brilliant singer-songwriter is visiting Arizona on Thursday night. Annie Clark plays under the moniker St. Vincent, and the name adds a bit of class to her music. St. Vincent has gained popularity extremely fast since her first album “Marry Me” in 2007.
ASU recently received top-tier scores as a sustainable school from The Princeton Review, Sierra Magazine and the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
It’s not an uncommon sight nowadays: the face of ASU President Michael Crow gracing the pages of various publications, all while being recognized for his various innovative ideas and promoting the “New American University.”