An incendiary message Perhaps creation and destruction aren’t as different as one might think. At least that’s what a group of College artists set out to demonstrate on Valentine quad before students left for the Thanksgiving break last Wednesday. The project may have appeared to be nothing more
Emily Cornell du Houx
“It was great,” said Laidlaw, “It primarily served to establish contact with student leaders and others interested in community service and started the process of sharing the ideas that will help shape the future of the Community Outreach Program.” “I’m looking for input and feedback from students and student
“Right now, if you want to work in any of the Amherst studios, you have to take a class,” said Diana Lu ’05, co-founder of the Art Club. “I’m in Art 15, but the sad thing is that, as soon as the semester is over, I won’t be
CHASE BOURKE ’06 “Protein bars taste so bad. They should make steak bars.” KATE HAMILL ’03 “Classturbating.” SHEILA GRAHAM ’03 “I need a brain vacation.” KATHY LIU ’06 “Shut the Hell up. Don’t talk to me.” SIDNE KOENIGSBERG ’03 “Cleanliness is next to godliness and this goddess is showering.
Possible Outreach sites for the year include farming at the Food Bank Farm, cleaning up a river and painting for non-profit organizations. “Community Outreach began in 1986 without a coordinator, a formal office or much recognition; since then, it’s grown dramatically,” said Outreach Assistant Director, Tom Lepak. “Through different