Month: October 2018

The scientific processes behind anxiety disorders

By MELANIE URIBE There are six major anxiety disorders: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Phobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Panic Disorder. Each disorder is separated into smaller subsections and affect every individual in different magnitudes. The most common factor each of these disorders share is panic […]

Inktober drawing promotes creativity

ByALICIA GULLON October marks the commencement of fall- sweaters, rain, dead trees and Halloween. But for artists around the globe, it marks Inktober, a challenge where artists draw with ink all throughout October. Artists of all ages and all styles unite from the challenge. They provide positive feedback […]

Sotheby’s gets Banksy-ed

By MIA ARANDA A middle-aged man with thick black glasses watched the Sotheby’s auction in London on Oct. 5, 2018. At that moment, the auctioneer began to advertise a framed painting of the “Girl with a Balloon,” a famous piece by the artist Banksy, causing the the price […]

Comic: Junk’s #2

By BAILEY JUNG Welcome to the second comic in the Junk’s series, a collaborative cartoon effort by REV freshmen Jonathan Choe and Bailey Jung. Each week, the two artists will alternate in creating a comic for the series. Last week you saw Choe introduce the series and this […]

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