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I Hate Renoir

I Hate Renoir

Shannon Frechem, Journalist

December 5, 2017


Filed under Fine Arts, Opinion, Recent Articles, Showcase

Contrary to the title of this article, I love Renoir. In the art community, that makes me a crazy person. Why? you might ask. Because EVERYBODY hates Renoir. It is an extraordinary phenomenon involving protests, news stories, and rallies all centered around a universal hate for this particular artist,...

Creativity, or Subjectivity?

Creativity, or Subjectivity?

Trevor Turcotte, Editor-in-Chief, Journalist

April 25, 2015


Filed under Fine Arts, Recent Articles, Student Life

Creativity has been defined as “the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination:” As an artist I find it odd to observe the stark contrast...

Musical Genius?

Musical Genius?

Zina Card, Journalist

March 4, 2015


Filed under Fine Arts, Recent Articles, Student Life

Picture this: You are working on your homework like the diligent student that you are while listening to music because, let's face it, homework is pretty boring. Your mom comes in and tells you that you need to turn off the music because you need to concentrate on your homework better. Grumbling, you...

Morynn Smith: Dancing to Her Heart’s Content

Morynn Smith: Dancing to Her Heart’s Content

Dallin Ward, Malad, ID

December 10, 2013


Filed under Fine Arts

Morynn Smith is a 16-year-old Williamsburg Academy student from Mendon, Utah, who excels in Ballroom Dancing. The Burger Gazette: How long have you been ballroom dancing? Morynn: I have been dancing for 4 years. I started when I was 12 years old. TBG: What is your favorite thing about dancing? Morynn...

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