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    Ladder of LoveGabrielle Vendette•February 29, 2016

    Plato’s universal guide for reaching The Good.

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    Picture Yourself as a QuiltCheyenne Schaub•February 29, 2016

    What pieces of fabric make up your life?

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    The Molecular Structure of HomeJulia Jenne•February 29, 2016

    What are the elementary particles of a home?

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    Beauty Stood There Listening to the WorldArmanda Fonseca De Resendes•February 29, 2016

    Playing with a deck of 100 words, I explored new combinations of words and the worlds they can evoke.

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    Codifying Who We Are: The Law Code of HammurabiSarah-Victoria Teixeira-Barbosa•February 29, 2016

    An ancient artifact offers a glimpse of how human societies codify their practices and values.

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    “Flux”Mara Brian •February 29, 2016

    Explore the flux of words and their meanings, through the word FLUX.

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    ClockRenaud Desjardins•February 29, 2016

    The dictatorship of clocks.

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    “Wanderlust”Erin Dunlop•February 29, 2016

    Mirror City disappears behind her in clouds of peppermint smoke.

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    Hands of A Pocket-WatchErin Dunlop•February 29, 2016

    The tragedy of time, glimpsed in the hands of a pocket watch.

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    La Canatrice ChauveChloé Sautter-Leger•February 29, 2016

    Une revue de Canatrice Chauve.

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    Why I writeDiana Gerasimov•February 29, 2016

    Words undress you.

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    The Origin of the Word WorldChloe Sautter-Léger with Safyia Bashir, Samira Majedi and Cindy Lao•February 29, 2016

    How does the word “world” help us envision the world-views of different cultures?

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    The Book of Kells and the Illumination of Words and WorldsChloe Wong-Mersereau•February 29, 2016

    How did monks in the 7th to 9th centuries help Celtic communities envision Christianity?

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