From the daily archives: Thursday, March 3, 2011

After reading an article in the Daily News, I watched a blatantly racist video created by several white students at Stuyvesant High School (where just 1% of the student body is black). I then took the liberty of designing promotional material for the aspiring rappers, crafting song titles using direct quotes from their bigoted lyrics. […]

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spring nymph

March 3, 2011 by

thursday styles section…spring collection…also an article about getting a vampire face lift. a procedure where your own blood gets injected back into your face. the process is called Selphyl (blood gives the skin pigment), which made me think of chlorophyll. Tweet

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http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=melobelle11#p/a/u/0/xGP92oAC7v0 A visual reenactment of the photograph on the cover page of today’s NYTimes. The caption reads “An opposition fighter passed a burning ambulance in Brega, Libya, which was attacked by government forces on Wednesday” Tweet

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Rebels in Libya Repel Qaddafi Forces in a Key Oil City Tweet

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Quck sketch of some stories that moved me today. 2nd story this week where someone killed someone they apparently loved with a kitchen knife. This time a 17 year old father kills his baby while police chase him. Also Pakistans only christian cabinet member was assassinated. Tweet

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How spell check turns into “SPEL CHEK” affecting teens’ ability to write well, shown by contrasting a grammatically correct newspaper piece with students’ creative spelling that needs correction.

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Watch the video on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/user/melobelle11#p/u/0/9VWCqmN0sYQ The headline: Natural-Gas Wells Recycle Water, but the Toxic Risks Persist Tweet

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“Say hello to my glitter friend….” Tweet

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http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/03/science/earth/03cougar.html http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/04/us/04exxon.html?_r=1&scp=2&sq=exxon%20&st=cse Tweet

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Since The New York Times has not been delivered, I used this time to finish one of my pieces for an ongoing series called “the obituaries.” The recently deceased are celebrated by their friends and family and are remembered as the best version of themselves. Literature was her voice. Meet Miep Gies, the last survivor […]

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