Jasmine Morris

The sustainable guide to campus

Nowadays, it seems like everyone is becoming more conscious of their individual environmental impact. While campus life can be hectic, what with balancing academic commitments, a social life, and time to relax, students should and can be doing their part to slow the pace of climate change. It may seem difficult to be sustainable on campus when you have a packed schedule, but these quick tips will help you implement the little changes that can make a big difference.
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Posted Sep. 30, 2019

How to be an environmentally-conscious reader

Thankfully for the planet, we are entering an age of increased awareness about the impact human beings are having upon the environment. While it is true that some climate change skeptics linger – including, unfortunately but not surprisingly, Donald Trump – some very positive and meaningful steps have been taken...
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Posted Jan. 17, 2019

The art of remembrance

Jasmine Morris reviews the Herbert Gallery's exhibition, 'The First World War In Art' and examines the importance of art in remembrance.
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Posted Nov. 14, 2018

HENI Talks envision the future of arts learning

In April of this year, the launch of HENI Talks marked a big change in the way we learn about art history. The talks, which are usually around ten minutes long, follow a similar format to online resources such as Ted Talks, each giving a short lesson on a different...
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Posted Oct. 21, 2018

Brazil museum fire and the loss of culture

In early September of this year, Brazil’s most historically and scientifically significant museum was gutted by fire overnight. The Museũ Nacional, in Rio de Janeiro, was founded in 1818 to promote the cultural and economic progress of its relatively young nation; Brazil is only 500 years old. Just this June...
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Posted Sep. 23, 2018