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On Saturday, April 26 SCAD held its 33rd annual Sidewalk Arts Festival at Forsyth Park in Savannah. The Connector followed painting major Renuka Adhav along and did a time lapse video of her chalk drawing. Enjoy!

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Nintendo released a trailer for their newest edition of the video game, “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.” In addition to this, Masahiro Sakurai, the director of “Super Smash Bros.,” released a half-hour long video explaining all the changes for the upcoming game. “My hype is through the roof. I love me…

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On Saturday, April 12 Executive Producer Jeff Garlin will debut

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Photos by LuAnne DeMeo The SCAD Hub transformed into a multicultural dining room during the inaugural SCAD Atlanta International Day on April 3, hosted by the Intercultural Club (UNI). Flags from around the world hung overhead as a small group of UNI members invited students to play games, purchase accessories and ask cultural questions. Students…

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The Connector recognizes exemplary photo work produced by SCAD students. This week’s featured photo is by third-year graphic design student, Arielle Antonio. From the artist: “Premonition” is a macro photo of ice in Marietta Square the day before the snow disaster. Thank you so much Arielle! If you wish to have your photo featured, send an…

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Updated: SCAD Atlanta will remain closed through Friday, Jan. 31, where The Hub and shuttle services are expected to continue operation. Classes will resume on Monday, Feb. 3 and will be rescheduled at a later date. Original post: SCAD Atlanta will be

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By Matthew Cornwall, Nadine E Promes, and Vaniele Casimir, contributors   Generate is a challenge designed to pit students against projects which would normally take a month to complete. It started on Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. and lasted for only 24-hours. There were eight challenges to participate in with awards such as pitching a show or…

Caroline Huftalen, Opinions editor

“Better Than You” is a bimonthly column about ways for individuals to better themselves. From trying new foods to volunteer work, there are daily activities and tasks a person can do to make their own lives or the lives of others a little bit better. It’s a common saying: never pass judgement because everyone has…