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Iggy Azalea sets the bar as a woman rapper

By Cynnamon Baker

April 30, 2014

Who said white girls can’t rap? Australian-native Iggy Azalea put that stereotype to rest as when her debut album “The New Classic” dropped on April 22. According to iTunes, her debut single “Fancy” feat. Charli XCX made No. 91 on the iTunes Charts. Her album embodied an eclectic mix of music closely reflecting the wor...

Los Angeles artist makes a revolutionary connection between art and nature

By Celine West

March 31, 2014

He appeared to be standing next to a group of close friends as they watched the video play on an unusually fragmented screen, that showed images of a monarch butterfly landing on lush green foliage, followed by more images of...

Drawing in the fast lane

By Rigo Bonilla

February 13, 2014

Dangling precariously from a woman's arm is a purse: an unmistakable symbol of femininity. He takes notice, and in his mind, the transformation begins; curves are carved, wheels materialize. Hector Gonzalez, 23, studio art...

There’s a new serif in town

By Chris Guzman

November 20, 2013

Jaekyu Lim, better known to his classmates and teachers as JQ, sits in the back of class, mingling with other students and offering his advice. Here, discussing graphic design, the language barrier is broken and he expresses himself...

A sculptor for all seasons

By Eric Hsieh

October 16, 2013

Ask a historian to name a Renaissance man, and they'll likely go back 600 years to choose, among other great minds, a sculptor like da Vinci, Michelangelo, or Alberti. Now ask someone in EC's life sculpture class the same question,...

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