Archive for February, 2013

Co founder of Sony Pictures Classics to Speak at Tarleton on Tuesday Feb. 26

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Today there is a great lecture about movies going on at 12:15.  Michael Barker, co-founder of Sony Pictures Classics will be giving a lecture on “Why the Oscars Still Matter” in the Math building room 109.  Sony Pictures Classics is responsible for the distribution of many Oscar nominated films such as Midnight in Paris, Capote, and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, along with this year’s winner for Best Foreign Language Film Amour.  Thanks to the Department of Communication Studies for hosting this event.

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Calvin and Hobbes with Photographic Backgrounds

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Created by Redditor nite4awk. See more of these gorgeous images at Nerd Approved.

Reception Honoring Artist Stephen Wilson

The Department of Fine Arts will hold a reception honoring artist Stephen Wilson on Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM in the Gallery of the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center.  The exhibit “On 27th Street: The Art of Stephen Wilson” will run from February 18 – March 23.  The gallery is open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM on weekdays and admission is always free.  For information on tours, please call 254-968-9639.2935469_orig

The Art of Stephen Wilson in Fine Arts Center Gallery Feb 18 – Mar 23

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Pixel art minibiopic of marathon runner Alberto Salazar

By Nick Criscuolo.

Amazon.com themed resume

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This is a section of Philippe Dubost’s online resume. An inventive resume can make you stand out from the crowd.