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Estatua de DEMÉTER del tipo Madrid-Capitolio, en el Museo del Prado de Madrid (España). Copia romana, esculpida en mármol a comienzos del siglo III d.C., de un original griego realizado para el santuario de Eleusis hacia 425-420 a.C. La cabeza y los brazos son añadidos barrocos.
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Statue of DEMETER of the Madrid-Capitol type, at the Prado Museum in Madrid (Spain). Roman copy, sculpted in marble in the early 3rd century CE, of a Greek original made for the Eleusis sanctuary circa 425-420 BC. Head and arms are Baroque addings.

The woman, the myth, the legend: Demeter

Isabel Thoroughman December 19, 2018

In addition to brief but intense obsessions with deep sea creatures, legos, roller skating and my cousin’s old polly pockets, I spent a lot of time in elementary school at the library reading about...

Battling burnout

Battling burnout

Camryn DeVore December 15, 2018

n my time as a photographer, I have faced many challenges, from having trouble learning to shoot things for the first time to finding my own style. The one problem which has been the hardest to overcome...

Second semester sophomore syndrome

Second semester sophomore syndrome

Camryn DeVore April 1, 2018

As a sophomore pushing through the past few weeks has been difficult task. I spend more time looking forward to the weekend than I do looking at my homework. Work seems to pile up, and no matter the amount...

Royal Tea: Empress Wu

Royal Tea: Empress Wu

Valeria Velasquez February 28, 2018

For the past four editions of Royal Tea, we have covered a variety of topics, ranging from forbidden romances to incestous bondings, all of which have been about the busy lives of endlessly interesting...

Royal Tea: Elizabeth I of England

Royal Tea: Elizabeth I of England

Valeria Velasquez January 30, 2018

Unfortunately for many queens, princesses and other royals that made up the social elite, women’s rights weren’t much of a hot topic in the 1500s. While kings faced ridicule for lacking a plentiful...

Analytical Arrangements: Love You Zindagi

Analytical Arrangements: Love You Zindagi

Rochita Ghosh January 24, 2018

[dropcap style="flat"]M[/dropcap]usic is a language understood by all; a song with low, staccato piano notes resembling that of a stomping march perfectly conveys a grave yet urgent tone. On the other...

Behind the Paper - Ben Kimchi

Behind the Paper – Ben Kimchi

Carmen Ramirez January 18, 2018

On this edition of Behind the Paper, I interview sophomore Ben Kimchi. I met Ben at the beginning of junior year because we were both in orchestra. I didn’t talk to him that much at first because he...

Dont Lose Focus: Taking it to the streets

Don’t Lose Focus: Taking it to the streets

Kai Ford December 31, 2017

Hello, everyone! Welcome back to the safe space that is my piece of Bearing News. This week, I peruse the streets of Downtown Columbia for the street photography challenge. This is not normal street photography...

Out of Line: Holiday lights

Out of Line: Holiday lights

Camryn DeVore December 25, 2017

With the holiday season already here, I figured doing a holiday-themed post would be fitting for the occasion. In this post I will share some of my favorite photos I have taken that involve playing with...

Behind the Paper: Ann Fitzmaurice

Behind the Paper: Ann Fitzmaurice

Carmen Ramirez December 19, 2017

On this edition of Behind the Paper, I interview junior Ann Fitzmaurice. I learned a lot about her from this interview that I would have never known otherwise. I remember before I joined newspaper I would...

Dont Lose Focus: A Shade Darker

Don’t Lose Focus: A Shade Darker

Kai Ford December 6, 2017

Bonjour, everyone! Welcome back to the safe space that is my piece of Bearing News. In this post we will be tackling the black and white challenge. Now, this is not my usual kind of post. I did not adventure...

Out of Line: The clocks ticking—time for a challenge.

Out of Line: The clock’s ticking—time for a challenge.

Camryn DeVore December 3, 2017

On Nov. 15, the newspaper staff took time out to attend the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) convention in Dallas, Texas. We arrived at Love Field airport late Wednesday night and got ready...

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