Tag Archive: Politics

A psychedelic odyssey: Primus’s “The Desaturating Seven” at the Tabernacle

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian In a night of suspicious-smelling smoke, color-eating goblins, and mosh pits, Primus returned to a favorite southern haunt of mine, the Tabernacle in Atlanta for another leg of… Continue reading

OPINION: Like father, like son

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian “What is the son but an extension of the father?” –Frank Herbert (“Dune”) Our words say a lot about us – how could they not? – and our… Continue reading

OPINION: A house on fire

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By Luke Quillen The Carolinian When it was initially reported that Clemson University Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing, Bart Knijnenburg wrote on social media that “All Trump supporters, nay, all Republicans, are racist… Continue reading