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A cup of nihilism

A cup of nihilism

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

August 26, 2017

Welcome to "A Cup of Nihilism," a weekly comic series that explores the emerging culture of existentialism and today's adapted philosophy of nihilism-the idea that all values are baseless and retain no meaning. Modern nihilism has taken the idea of this "nothingness" and utilized it in media as a form...

Types of People on Valentine’s Day

Types of People on Valentine's Day

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist

February 14, 2017

On Valentine's Day there is always a lot of public displays of affection no matter where you go. There are always at least three types of people on this day of celebrating love as well. There is the obvious couples always close to each other or carrying gifts from their sweet hearts. There are the single...

9 Types of Teachers Encountered at School

9 Types of Teachers Encountered at School

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist

October 14, 2016

This is an illustration of nine different types of teachers students may encounter at some point in their educational career.

Isn’t this Punny?

Evie Lawson spreads the joy of puns through comics

Evie Lawson, Student Submission, 11th Grade

May 11, 2016

"This comic inspired piece is a collection of some of my favorite bad puns. I started loving puns since I joined an improv troupe freshman year, and my mind has functioned in puns ever since. I hope these bring a smile to your face today! I am a firm believer that seven days without a pun makes one weak...

Teenagers vs cats

The correlation between teens and cats are depicted through Kathryn Raynor's comic. Maybe humans and felines aren't so different after all.

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist

October 28, 2015

TV Head Political Cartoon

A regular person has fallen victim to the enticing yet isolating world of cyberspace.

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist

October 16, 2015