Mason Cannon, Columbia University
‘As they collect tales with each rider and mechanic, they may not grow in speed but undoubtedly increase in personality.’
Someone new discovering old favorites doesn’t always water them down.
‘Although they may express it beautifully, sometimes what they have to express from within themselves doesn’t come from somewhere beautiful at all.’
For a generation constantly faced with a multitude of stressors, a trip into nature can provide a respite.
When can you call yourself a ‘writer’? Or an artist? Or anything else?
Climbing, surfing, karate and skateboarding are linked by a common thread: an appeal to the inherent beauty and aesthetic nature of athleticism.
Research behind this auditory phenomenon has revealed that it is more common than you may think — though we still don’t fully understand why it occurs.
The popular idea that we are all writing our own stories may seem self-centered, but it can inspire us all to act gracefully.
There has been a recent wave of fantastic releases from rising and risen woman musicians, and fans of the genre have the pleasure of witnessing this changing of the guard.
In her debut album, this up-and-coming artist explores themes of heartbreak, love, religion and family through beautiful lyricism and stunning soundscapes.
In his newest album, Tyler, the Creator describes recurring themes of heartbreak within a wider exploration of social injustice, sexuality and a sense of stagnation.
Middle and upper-class infatuation with the blue-collar aesthetic boils down to privilege and a need to appear as though we work harder than we do.
After attending a church service, a non-believer shares his thoughts on the power of religion to unite people of faith — but also to estrange outsiders.
The terminology used by athletes and recreationists reflects an underlying violence and a massive racial divide in participation in outdoors sports.
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