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  • On Campus

    It’s a wonderful time to be a cartoonist. Web comics allow us to get our work in front of an audience. Cartoonists of the past had to go through newspapers or traditional…

  • Create fun HDR effects using Photoshop

    Dr. Lisa Sharpe wrote a blog post on how to use some fun effects in photoshop! Give it a read and test out her tips! https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-RJi0t57FMJRkJsNVp1TV9Hemc/view?ts=57f6b9c7

  • Yellow

    Author: Natalie Rae Mueller Grade: Freshman at Greenville College 1st place Live Arts Contest   Yellow They always paint nursing homes yellow. That yellow color of sunshine, or that new margerine that…

  • Haunted

    Author: Amy Solov Grade 11 at Oliver Ames High School 1st place Live Arts Contest Haunted The haggard man sat cautiously on the plastic seat of the train. He had a crumpled…

  • Winter Fishing

    Artist: Aaron Long Title: Winter Fishing Grade 12 at Perryville High School 1st place Live Arts Contest ____________________________________________________________________

  • Him

    Author: Eliza Newman Year: Junior at USC 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Him   You fall in love Faster than a calendar changes pages It happens so over and over…

  • Secrets of the House

    Author: Kaleigh DePetro Grade: 11th at Woodbridge Senior High School 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Secrets of the House   There are secrets in this house. I can feel them…

  • Ghost

    Author: Haley Lunde Grade: 12th at Carlton High School 1st place Live Arts Contest   Ghost As I sat in the school hall this morn’ I took notice of the wakening rise,…

  • A Welsh Confession

    Name: Heather Burdsall Undergrad at Messiah College 1st place Live Arts Contest       A Welsh Confession   It’s not on the hillside I find him Anointing lambs’ wounds with oil.…

  • Secrets of Eugene Onegin

    Name: Julia Fowler Year: Junior at Southwestern University 1st place Live Arts Contest Secrets of Eugene Onegin The air was full, and it was full incomparably, with light and clarity and wide…