by Amy Ong
Cheung draws inspiration from the principles of physical chemistry to craft five short, free-verse poems with themes that echo the assumptions posed by the infamous Ideal Gas Law.
Ong considers the field of Environmental Psychology and the strong effect it can have on our health and attitudes.
Scherer reveals a unique gem on campus: Artist James Turrell's Skyspace.
With October finally here and Halloween creeping towards us, Ong delves into the psychology of horror movies to see why we really watch them.
Scherer explores the newly-finished renovations at the Blanton Museum of Art.
As a patient, it can be a common feeling to be seen as a body rather than a human. Ong provides a preview as to where medicine might be heading, how the focus has shifted from the illness to the patient.
Scherer presents the new Xu Bing Exhibit at the Blanton: Thousands of Chinese characters cover the floor, the walls, the ceiling. What do they mean? Nothing.
by Nathalie Scherer
Scherer describes the Blanton exhibit "Warhol by the Book" and takes a closer look at the life and accomplishments of Warhol himself.