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Tracing the artist’s constellation: Student featured in campus gallery

Tracing the artist’s constellation: Student featured in campus gallery

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor
February 15
Filed under Arts & Life, Features

All of the particles in our bodies are descendants of dead stars. The concept, made popular by scientist Carl Sagan in the 1980’s, is also the inspiration behind Cal State East Bay senior Bob Pero’s photo series “Particle Theory” which features portraits of people overlaid with images of sta...

Exhibit celebrates 50 years of the Black Panthers

Exhibit celebrates 50 years of the Black Panthers

Michelle Johnson,
Contributor
February 15
Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Showcase

Visitors of different ethnicities and ages filed into the gallery space on a recent Friday, some visiting for the first time, and some returning for another glimpse of the popular Black Panther exhibition at the Oakland Museum of California. Dim lighting and colors of black, red and blue immediately su...

Diabetes changes father’s life permanently

Diabetes changes father’s life permanently

Clinton Louie,
Contributor
January 10
Filed under Features, Media, Photo Galleries

These photos are an inside look as to how life currently is for my father, who has had trouble adjusting to life without his right leg. The loss has affected him mentally, emotionally and physically. My father, a senior citizen is 73 and lost his leg last year due to gangrene, a byproduct of his diabetes....

CSUEB Art Gallery to Host Annual BFA Exhibit

CSUEB Art Gallery to Host Annual BFA Exhibit

Beatriz Alvarez,
Contributor
January 8
Filed under Campus, Showcase

California State University, East Bay’s Art Gallery starts off the New Year with an exhibit set to open next week. The theme of the exhibit is the Annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. The exhibition occurs annually and originated with the former gallery Director Lanier Graham in 2004. “It i...

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