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Big clouds shading the terrain

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Weekly Dance Break: Attica '71 (Anthony Lee)

Our dance break this week is chill, since campuses around the country are gearing up for full finals mode. As always, weekly dance break is a reminder to take a deep breath and stretch! 11 more words



Mycenaean swords and daggers of the 16th century BC, possibly the heyday of the Lapith people.

By Periklis Deligiannis

Part I

Those who do not consider Theseus as an historical figure, at least in Attica, assume that his figure came from the “fusion” of different heroes of the Mycenaean Age. 1,386 more words

White Sunrise

A hidden morning sun captured from the Eastern coast of Attica beacause of a fat layer of dust travelled all the way from the deserts of Africa. 7 more words


THESEUS (part I)

A typical boar-tusk helmet of the Mycenaean period. The belligerent Lapiths, the people of Theseus, were obviously using it widely. 

By Periklis Deligiannis 2,131 more words

JOHN J. LENNON: Put Schools Back in Prison

New York Times: ATTICA, N.Y. — EVER wonder what prisoners do and talk about? Well, at the Attica Correctional Facility, we’re all tucked away in cellblocks watching TV. 160 more words


Absolutely Aussie at Attica

Modern Australian cuisine is difficult to describe as it is often a label slapped on food that doesn’t really have a distinct origin. It often takes on influences of European and Asian flair using local ingredients, but it lacks a clear and distinct identity. 402 more words