As a member of Generation X, just like the author of this short attention span book, I flipped through it in a matter of seconds and could concur with him that I hardly read self help books because there are as he puts it “not enough pictures and too much like hard work.”
Archive for August, 2007
The library will introduce a ‘noise management’ initiative in response to feedback relating to noise in designated quiet study areas.
The premise of the film is not some perverse fantasy about killing the current President of the United States of America, George Walker Bush. Those who say otherwise either haven’t seen it, or are trying to purposely misguide you.
Vic’s sorority Sigma Omega Pi held its launch party last week – a fundraiser for the Child Cancer Foundation.
1 Bjork 2 Wailing 3 Leif Erickson discovering America 4 Glaciers 5 A backdrop for all too many power and black metal albums
Blame the finicky musical times we live in but, suddenly, gloom seems to be back in vogue. From Arcade Fire’s critical adulation to Editors arena sized take on Joy Division, gloom seems to be everywhere.
Tonight I’m going to set my alarm to awaken me with the glorious sound of Vorn. I want to start tomorrow in a good mood. Vorn’s a man who thankfully allows me to do this with his blend of psychedelic, circus, pop-tastic ready mix smorgasboard of well constructed songs. Elvis Costello once said that, “Writing […]
Students currently face many financial pressures, from the lack of universal student allowances (and many having to borrow $150 a week to live during term) and fees set to rise by over 10% at the next fee setting round.
Fishers Fine Arts 154 Featherston Street August 2-17