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The front door opens. It must be my wife. “Hi honey, my meeting got out early so I decided to just come home,” she says as she walks up the…

Your Hurricane Sandy Survival Guide

Stay in your home. While your local organic coffee shop is closed, this will be the best place to tweet. Find a doorframe, or any wi-fi hotspot, and start tweeting…

The Alums You Saw At Homecoming

Dartmouth College is celebrated for its ability to foster fellowship between its undergraduates and alumni. Homecoming is a time these alums are welcomed en masse into Hanover with open arms…

Five Things You Regret About Homecoming

Drinking too little Not rushing the field Not touching the fire Professing your love to that ’12 not hard enough Waking up without a hazy memory of scaling the bonfire,…

Our A Cappella Group Has A Piano

Ladies and gentlemen of the human resources department, as you sit here before me considering who will provide the entertainment at this year’s company picnic, I’m sure one question over…

Hopkins Center Posters

The Hop commissioned us to design posters promoting a performance by political satire group The Capitol Steps. We made these.  

BullshART Floods the New York Art Scene

Interactive performance art (nicknamed bullshART by the art world) is clearly on the rise. In June we felt the beginnings of the movement with Franklin Aucoin’s  “Wonderwall,” an early August piece…

Ramblin’ Joe Biden

From the Desk of the Press Secretary: In an effort to reach out to America’s Country/Western community, the Vice President is proud to announce the release of his new album Biden…

The Ghost Writer

Bob sat awake, watching jagged silhouettes bounce across the window of his New England townhouse. A frigid breeze wafted from beneath his bedroom door. The night was spooky. It was…

Hamlet: Director’s Cut Bonus Content

The following is an excerpt from a recently discovered, alternate manuscript of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Act 5, Scene 2, Line 317: Queen: No, no, the drink, the drink! O my…