One girl's failed attempt to bring art and life into Huntsman Hall.
Probably the only worthwhile British export in a while.
We convinced the 1920 Commons staff to spill the beans on their favorite and weirdest experiences but only if they were anonymous.
Fill up at Fishtown's anti-SABS eatery
Chant: “I am a grown–ass (wo)man! I don’t need a dining plan!”
Street decided to take a break from Bridge Cafe to try another on–campus dining option: University of the Arts' premier dining hall, Mangia, affectionately called Mangina. Located in the middle of UArts' Center City campus, Mangia is their version of Bridge, Commons and Hill, all mashed together, but cheap.
Last Saturday, I headed off campus to catch the Mask and Wig Show’s “A Comedy of Terrors.” Looking to switch up my Saturday night routine, I was keen to replace the drama of Greek life with, you know, actual drama.
In its most basic sense, Les Fumeurs is a black and white film showing individual portraits of fifteen people smoking cigarettes. As the sitters are alone onscreen and in their private moments, each person’s smoking tics and idiosyncrasies become clear. They smoke at their own pace, until they finish. And one by one they leave the shot, and their picture disappears.