"I always try to dance when this song comes on because I am the Queen and I like to dance."
Queen Elizabeth II about the song Dancing Queen (x)
seeing you blush
Ink & Graphite on Paper
This 1908 image of women smoking and drinking was intended to be a horrifying glimpse of a post-suffrage future. Now it just looks like an awesome bar.
As I left the Foundation Building tonight after being in class and working late I saw this thing outside.
It probably has something to do with yet another damning announcement made by Cooper Union the Board of Trustees issued this morning.
In a nutshell, they’re reneging on the negotiated agreement for a student representative to the trustees that came out of the May — July occupation of the Presidents office.
Angus Johnston, a CUNY professor and historian of student movements explains the situation much better than I ever could in this recent post.
The board is interfering in a democratic process, fought for and administered by Cooper Union students — effectively shutting students out of what is likely *the most* important meeting in these times at Cooper Union.
Students will not stand for this.