Staying Faithful to Your Story

“You need to stay faithful to your story, but you need to tell it on your own terms.” – Charles Kiernan If you haven’t visited Godfrey Daniels–our folky, eclectic, fiercely independent 4th Street neighbor–find a way to get there. I realized I hadn’t been inside since my arts-focused pre-orientation program before my freshman year at…

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Artist Spotlight: Chloe Cole-Wilson

Ava Bertone: Introduce yourself for our readers! Chloe Cole-Wilson: My name is Chloe Cole-Wilson and I am the Artistic Director and co-founder of Basement Poetry. AB: How long have you been working with the group? How did you get started with it? CCW: Basement Poetry was founded in January of 2015. We started off as…

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Imagining the World We Want, Together

On Wednesday, February 14, Tackling T.I.N.A. hosted the first of three public conversations scheduled this Spring. Themed around the idea of “Storytelling as a Strategy for Change,” Lehigh students and faculty joined together with Bethlehem community members to imagine how narrative frames and cultural myths shape our social and political realities. Led by graduate students…

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New Perspectives on Book Borrowing

With the ease of access afforded by e-readers, many folks choose to turn away from actual books these days. Although some studies suggest a decrease in digital obsession, real books have, largely, been replaced by their sleek, interactive, and convenient cousin. This innovation provides consumers with vast options for their next read at the simple…

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