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    Combat Paper Project Helps Participants Re-Imagine War

    The Combat Paper Project held its exhibit Thursday as part of The Clarice’s NextNOW Fest, featuring paper and art made from combat uniforms. The organization seeks to transform uniforms worn in service into works of art and allow veterans to express their experiences in the military. [...]
  • The Clarice's four-day NextNOW Fest is part of the art center's mission to change its image and provide better access to students. (Victoria Tanner/Bloc Reporter)

    NextNOW’s Thinkathon Probes Student Minds

    The Clarice started its new season with a four-day NextNOW Festival beginning Thursday, which featured balloon art, thought-provoking discussion and performances from both on-campus and off-campus groups. The first two evenings gave students the opportunity to watch performances from a variety [...]
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    Video: A Look at This Weekend’s NextNOW Fest

    If you haven’t been to The Clarice’s NextNOW Fest yet, here are some of the things you’ve missed out on: The Think-a-Thon Terrapin Beats Society A free wine tasting The Neo-Futurists And the Nichole Canuso Dance Company Take a look at some of the participants: For more [...]
  • People Like Us, one of the many Washington Theater Improv groups, puts on a show. (Photo courtesy of Darian Glover/WIT)

    Washington Improv Theater Adds fun and Play to a Weeknight

    Fisticuffs and Knife Club took the stage for the first time at the Washington, D.C., venue, the Source Black Box, Tuesday night. No, this wasn’t a rendition of the infamous “Fight Club.” The two performance groups engaged in the theatrical technique known as “improvisation.” The [...]
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    CIVICUS Students Remember 9/11

    Since Sept. 12, 2001, CIVICUS, a university living and learning program focused on service and the community, has participated in a remembrance ceremony at the base of ODK fountain to commemorate the events of Sept. 11.  Students had the opportunity to reflect on how the terrorist attack [...]
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Student Stories From the 11th

by The Bloc in Features

As today marks 13 years since Sept. 11., university students take a moment to reminisce, pay their respects and, most importantly, remember. Featured in this portrait is [...]




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