Currents Editor Milan Loiacono shares her inspirations behind the Currents Fall 2019 edition “Light & Dark”
Using screens for prolonged periods in the evening has costs and benefits. Productivity may be maximized but it may also cause the decline of one’s cognitive and communicative abilities.
While light and sunlight can often energize or promote growth, they can also cause severe damage to certain individuals.
Light and dark are necessary counterbalances in art. Whether it is gray scale or complete contrast, light and dark work together to create meaning.
A behind the scenes look at the production of the Fall 2019 edition of Currents Magazine: Challenging the Perceptions of Light & Dark.
Some work better to the crow of the early bird, others to the hoot of the night owl. India native Jaibir Nihal Singh fights against the stigma surrounding night owls in America.
The Daoist symbols of yin and yang are opposites that act together, emphasizing the need for balance.
For college students who are generally overcommitted individuals, sometimes it can feel like every day is a fight to stay afloat. Some students may forget that their peers are struggling to float or flat-out sinking. It takes little-to-no effort to show a little kindness to fellow students, and small gestures can turn around another person’s […]
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