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Week One- and Blog Topics for your Week Two

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we are off to a very good start. Our tutorials managed to uncover some really interesting differences between the way the landscape was viewed in the early 19th Century and then in the early 20th Century. 348 more words

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A Look Back: The Chocolate War

Upon viewing the opening scenes of “The Chocolate War,” the viewer might reasonably wonder why the shooting crew appears to be playing Hot Potato with the camera. 674 more words

Movie Reviews

REALITY (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. For those who found last year’s Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) to be too linear and overly coherent, be sure to track down the latest from writer/director… 396 more words


Long Wharf's "The Second Mrs. Wilson" -- Avoids the Real Issues

By Karen Isaacs

 Edith Galt Wilson has sometimes been termed “the first female President” for how she shielded her husband Woodrow Wilson from his advisors and the world in 1919 after he suffered a stroke.  1,632 more words


Review: Reality, 2015, dir. Quentin Dupieux

“If a viewer can expect anything from a Quentin Dupieux film titled Reality, it’s willful surrealism. Reality and reality pass each other like two ships in the night, and one of those ships is an impish gallimaufry stitched together from bits and pieces of… 79 more words


Clemente/Catalyst Students Go the NSW Art Gallery: The Links between Literature and Art!

One of the most exciting things I do several times each year is conduct literature students to the NSW Art Gallery to explore the ways in which paintings and sculptures can hugely expand our understanding of the way literature communicates meaning. 1,176 more words

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Baseball: Douglas rallies for first league win

The game started out like it would be a runaway.

It was, but not the way it started. Douglas overcame a 4-0 deficit to beat Reed, 14-5, in Northern Division I baseball Friday at Aces Ballpark. 348 more words