Last year, alumna Stephanie Sandoval and her best friend Antonio shared Four Lokos before nights out. After his death, she scoured campus for as many flavors of his favorite drink she could find to place on his altar.
In one of Jasmine Bell’s poems, she compares her abusive relationship to being lit on fire. Her body is singed, and she is left in ruins. But at the end of the poem, she states, “I will not be burned again.”
On Oct. 16, the Blanton Museum of Art opened “Warhol By the Book,” a retrospective that includes more than 250 objects that span Warhol’s entire career, including illustrations, screen prints, photographs, paintings, films and book jackets.
Nancy La Rosa and Juan Salas Carreño recorded conversations with village people who discussed the state of Huepetuhe, Peru, before depletion and its future. for the exhibit "Moving Mountains: Extractive Landscapes of Peru."