Tag Archives: art

Botstein’s thoughts on life, optimism and human potential

I’ve been thinking for quite a while about what I could possibly share here, as life at Bard seems to be very repetitive. You wake up, you go to classes, you eat meals with your friends, you do your homeworks … Continue reading

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Museums of New York

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I grew up in an art-lover family. Thus it became natural for me to visit all the important museums on my way. During my fall semester and the winter break I visited several museums in NYC. I share it here … Continue reading

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Forgiveness is…

One of the best moments of my year was the hour when we performed a piece with my Arts and Special Populations class at Trinity and the women from the New Beginnings (NB) program. The NB means that our class … Continue reading

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Please Mind the Gap

For me these past days mainly passed with dealing with 14 million people. Oh yeah, it is a serious amount! Measure of America, the NGO I’m at works with data on the U.S. population, trying to identify gaps between the … Continue reading

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