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Interning at Windy Films

Aug. 26, 2015— “What makes a good film?” Trying to answer it for myself, I came up with this conclusion: It makes you feel human.

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Inside an Artist’s Life in the Ryman Lofts

Aug. 25, 2015—The creative energy is tangible within our building—you can touch it, grab it and take it home for a little burst of energy later.

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Curb Scholars Opening Retreat: Tuesday and Wednesday

Aug. 24, 2015—It’s that time of year again, when students return to campus, and we all have to scramble to make sure we’re ready for them.

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Building Bridges by Claire Evans

Jul. 9, 2015—Building Bridges Shortly after arriving in Hong Kong for my internship at Ove Arup & Partners, I pulled out my notebook and started a list. Guidelines to make the most of the summer ~ENGAGE FULLY. Act as if this is permanent If you’re considering something but are scared or tired do it anyway. Don’t worry...

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Harrison David Kenum

Jul. 9, 2015—California surprised me. And not necessarily with its people, its natural beauty, or its different lifestyle- rather, the fact that it was even able to surprise me was surprising. It’s not an off-the-wall, hidey-hole state like a North Dakota or a Vermont. Everyone knows about California- ‘you know, there’s beaches, and some mountains, and uh, yeah.’...

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Tell Me a Story: Multimedia Expression Night

May. 6, 2015—[ B ] Tell me a story. In this century, and moment, of mania, Tell me a story. Make it a story of great distances, and starlight. The name of the story will be Time, But you must not pronounce its name. Tell me a story of deep delight. from Robert Penn Warren’s “Tell Me...

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Happy Holidays from the Curb Center!

Dec. 11, 2014—On December 9th, the Curb Center group put their baking skills to work for a cookie exchange to celebrate the holiday season!

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Curb Scholar Blog: Creativity through World Cultures and Languages

Nov. 10, 2014—This blog post was written by Disa Yu. Hello and welcome to our Curb Scholars blog! My name is Disa and I’m a junior from Potomac, Maryland. I’m majoring in mathematics, and minoring in scientific computing and Chinese language and culture. I enjoy running, reading the news, and travelling and learning about world cultures and...

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Curb Scholar Blog: From Inspiration to Creation

Oct. 31, 2014—This blog post was written by Jonathan Tari. The deliberate creation of original and organic ideas has never been an easy task. Yet that is what we are here to do at Curb. We are given as many stimuli as possible, taken to some of the farthest, most secluded parts of the landscape, with no purpose at all—simply to...

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