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Lace by Bri Al-Bahish A'23

BRI AL-BAHISH: PHOTOGRAPHY IN SCULPTURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN REMOTE LEARNING

By Nora Ashwood (A’23)

Boobs by Bri Al-Bahish A'23
Boobs by Bri Al-Bahish A’23

Do you think your process informs the final appearance of your work or do you think you choose a process appropriate to the look you’re going for?

Bri Al-Bahish: I think my process definitely informs the final appearance. There are certain “looks” that I go for, but I guess when I see one, I immediately associate that look with a process for creating it. They become essentially inseparable to me.

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THE PRICE OF FREE EDUCATION: The Mission of the Cooper Union

By MC Love (AR’24) and Martina Duque (AR’24)

Most colleges in America treat students as consumers. Education and program have become commodified and commercialized. The problem with this is that education becomes less affordable while the model of higher education loses credibility. The colleges begin satisfying a consumer rather than holding students accountable.

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