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Exhibit Exposé: K(NO)W Justice K(NO)W Peace

Exhibit Exposé: K(NO)W Justice K(NO)W Peace

September 20, 2016. On this late summer day, just over a year ago, Charlotte managed to make national news – for all the wrong reasons.  This was the day that the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott brought Charlotte to the forefront of our attentions. The aftermath of the event was explosive.  The riots that ensued […]

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Stevie Nicks for President

Stevie Nicks for President

Happy October! In the spirit of Halloween I have decided to dedicate a somewhat atypical album review to the witchiest of witches, Queen Stevie Nicks. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to see Stevie perform live at the Spectrum Center and I can assure you she still carries her Fleetwood Mac edge decades after […]

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Fall Semester Theater Roundup

Fall Semester Theater Roundup

Sanskrit Blog Readers, First off, an introduction. My name is Elissa Miller and I am a sophomore communications and political science double major. You may recognize my name as I spent last year volunteering with Sanskrit. This year I’ve been officially hired as a Copy Editor. I’m extremely excited to become more involved with this […]

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An Interview with Andy Dittrich

An Interview with Andy Dittrich

Originally from New York, Andy Dittrich moved with his family to North Carolina before entering high school. Andy will be graduating this May with a degree in History, English, and a concentration in Creative Writing. I sat down with Andy last week to talk to him about his writing and his short story, Cat Food. […]

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