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  • 04/02/17--07:00: The language of large format
  • By Gabrielle Arduini If there were ever such a thing as beautiful as a European sunset, or as calming as rain after a stressful day, large format photography would be it. It is not just the blinding quality of the negative nor the weight of carrying it around (I mean, talk about a photographer’s daily […]

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    It’s only been a week into the spring quarter and the students at SCAD are already stressed out. Most of us are still dreaming of sandy beaches between our toes and sunscreen on our noses. Spring break clearly hasn’t left our minds. Why would anyone get bored of waking up to some freshly squeezed orange […]

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    Nothing is worse than the feeling when you have an 89% in one of your classes because you missed out on a quiz or the pre-quarter assignment and your GPA suffers as a result. SCAD has a hard curriculum, whether you’re a freshman in your Drawing II class struggling to finish that pastel piece, or a […]

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    Imagine sipping on a freshly brewed cup of coffee with a cat snuggling in your lap, while you watch other cats of all shapes and sizes playing around you. The air is filled with sounds from happy conversations, the tune of a song about cats playing overhead, and the occasional meows from your new furry […]

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    As college students and artists, there are several daily activities that SCAD Atlanta students struggle with. The major topics of discussion tend to be about lack of sleep or a lack of good food. As young adults we tend to bite off more than we can chew — school work, projects, extra-curricular activities and part-time […]

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    For Maggie Schneider, a first-year film and television student and aspiring musician, music has always been a major part of her life. Even at the age of four, Schneider was jamming out to Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’s Girl” and the soundtrack of “Beauty and the Beast” on her Disney karaoke machine. As a child, she began learning piano. Though she never took lessons, […]

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    By Allison Bolt “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley Freshmen year — words that strike fear into the most confident of high school seniors. Whether you were proclaimed in your yearbook to be the class clown, most likely to succeed, best dressed or […]

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    The Unicorn Frappuccino at Starbucks may have only been available for a short period of time, but it was the ultimate representation of the ever-growing unicorn trend that has been circulating for some time now. Makeup palettes, outfits, stationary, accessories, food and drinks have all been guilty of flaunting some kind of unicorn inspiration. It’s no surprise that […]

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    by Lynn Maarouf While finding post-graduate work can be challenging for anyone, it can be extra tough for international students who have to deal with things like visas, sponsorships, extra costs, stricter deadlines and even discrimination from potential employers. Though the process can be intimidating, Dinesh Dave, an alumnus of SCAD who graduated with a B.F.A. in […]

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    In our 21st century lives, people pay more attention to the friends on their Facebook page than to the people who are in the same room. The number of likes on our Instagram pictures have become more valuable than the number of people who actually value us for who we are. Most of us are […]

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    One of the most common pieces of advice given to art students by industry professionals is to keep a regular sketchbook. The Connector spoke with Lydia Futral, a fourth-year illustration student, about the importance of keeping a personal sketchbook and how she feels it helps her develop as an illustrator. The Connector: Tell us a little about […]

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    The Writers’ Corner features poetry, essays, short stories, satire and various fiction and non-fiction from SCAD Atlanta students. To submit your own work for the Writers’ Corner, email features@scadconnector.com. “Warm Water Wonderings of a Wallflower” by Paulomi Mukherjee The warm water hugs her as she thinks about what you said, Blames herself, and regrets all her […]

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    SCAD’s annual Out to Launch (O2L) event functions as a reverse career fair for graduating SCAD students. Businesses make their rounds from table to table and the students do the presenting. The event represents all of SCAD Atlanta’s major programs and features students exclusively selected by their department. Although this may sound like artistic nepotism, it’s […]

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    The Writers’ Corner features poetry, essays, short stories, satire and various fiction and non-fiction from SCAD Atlanta students. To submit your own work for the Writers’ Corner, email features@scadconnector.com. “Winged” by Katie Miller Lady of the house, If I may intrude Though I be unwelcome and rude, I cannot resist The seeping stench Coming from this […]

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    After weeks and weeks of hard work, it’s that time of the quarter when you only have one project left — your final project, which can make the difference between a B and an A. To make things even worse, all of your final projects are due at the same time because that’s just how it’s […]

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