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Chilean tapestries depict oppression in Pinochet’s Chile.

By Samantha Allen '11


Threads of Hope: The Chilean Arpillera Movement, an exhibition at the College’s Handwerker Gallery, showcased last fall from October through December. On display were hand-sewn, three-dimensional tapestries, relics of the arpillera social movement of Chile.

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The Onion causes peals of laughter on campus. 

By Melanie Breault ’11

When a major event happens, media outlets send reporters to cover the story. Clicking through the...

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Obama mentor provides a closeup of the President.

By Samantha Allen ’11

When Harvard law professor Charles Ogletree, mentor to President Barack Obama, spoke at the College last November, he told students that...

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IC students and faculty perform Indian folktale for esteemed playwright. 

By Samantha Allen ’11

“We are honored, we are excited, and we are terrified,” said Claire Gleitman, professor of English, as she stood before an...

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Media pioneer Arianna Huffington doesn’t think so.

By Melanie Breault ’11

If you want to argue that journalism is dying and that online media is inaccurate and biased compared to the mainstream media,...

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