Martin Bellander, a doctoral candidate in psychology at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, has conducted a controversial experiment in which he concludes that blue is the most popular color in today’s art world. Without going into detail about his scientific process, Bellander used the BBC search browser to save and date thousands of artworks […]

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By Lucas Williams, Staff Writer @lucaswhatevs Leave it to the Swedish to think up a healthier option for nightlife. An innovative Swede has dared to do the unthinkable—open a substance-free club. On Friday, Sept. 26, Stockholm’s Sodra Theater hosted a non-alcoholic club night logically named “Sober.” In an age where alcohol goes hand in hand […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski It seems only fair that I’m spending my last night of fall break holed up in a makeshift blanket-cocoon in my room with all the lights off, felled by a migraine. The last five days have been a total whirlwind (I hate that that’s such a cliché but it’s […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski Is it possible to get whiplash from things in your life changing so quickly? As of last week, I finally felt like I had settled into a normal-ish routine of classwork, socializing and sight-seeing. Now, all that is changing once again as Monday marks the start of finals (already?) […]

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