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STRUT YOUR STUFF — Make sure to see the Spring Collections Reveal exhibit before April 16.

Kruizenga Art Museum features local fashion

  Hope College’s Kruizenga Art Museum (KAM) is featuring artistry worn this week through April 16. The exhibit, called “Spring Collections Reveal,” includes the latest spring and summer fashion. Modeled by fully styled mannequins, the fashion is taken from six independent women’s clothing stores in downtown Holland. These stores include Blu Veranda, Frances Jay, Jean…

LOGO FOR NEW-FANGLED CAMERA COMPANY — Lytro is an American company founded in 2006 by Ren Ng that developed light-field camera technology.

Lytro camera revealed

755 megapixel cinema camera can refocus post-production   The realm of what was thought possible in the world of cinematography has just gotten a lot wider. Lytro Inc., a company that specializes in developing light field cameras, unveiled their newest 755 megapixel cinema camera on Monday, and the reaction from those within the industry could…

LSD brain scan study is first of its kind

Article in proceedings of National Academy of Science reveal brain areas activated by psychedelic drug     LSD. Lysergic acid diethylamide. The name of this particular drug conjures up images of the psychedelic 60s and 70s, of hippies, tie-dye and the song “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” by the Beatles. The drug was first…

SIGMUNDUR DAVID GUNNLAUGSSON — The Prime Minister of Iceland (shown right) speaks about Panama Papers before ultimately resigning.

Panama Papers embroils world leaders

The “Panama Papers,” a huge leak of secret intelligence, possibly the biggest in history, is creating headaches for many of the world’s power brokers. 11.5 million confidential documents were leaked. The leaks shocked the world, as it showed how some of its leaders may have used offshore bank accounts and shell companies to hide their…