Issue #10

The Wire: It’s All In The Game In TV’s Perfect Show

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“I think it’s too bad that everybody’s decided to turn on drugs. I don’t think drugs are the problem. Crime is the problem. Cops are the problem. Money’s the problem. But drugs are just drugs.” This quote from Jerry Garcia, while probably meant as an endorsement of drugs, is also quite fitting as a condemnation of the people and problems present in The Wire. The critically adored, yet utterly ignored show depicted how crime and corruption are woven into our society.

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Both-ing: A Photo Project

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This project, currently named Both-ing, is about what people think and do on the inside as well as the outside. Many people put on masks when they are feeling down or even excited, trying to look a certain way on the outside that doesn’t fit how they really feel on the inside.

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10 Prospective Partners For the Olympic Sledding Games

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Let’s pretend for a second that sledding was an Olympic sport and you were gearing up to compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Obviously you would need a talented partner to aid you in your victorious descent down the snowy hills of Sochi. Below we have compiled a list of the finest celebrities. After reading their excellent resumes, take the poll to lock in your entry to this year’s completely fictitious tournament.

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Gamer L33tism: Crymore N00b

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With increased power often comes an increased sense of entitlement, arrogance, and intolerance for failure. Like a virus, it’s easy to let success infect you, and it’s contagious too.

The name of this “sickness” is elitism … For good-natured players like me, who only want to socialize and have a good time, it’s a real problem.

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