Category Archives: nashville

“A Nashville Cryptography Expert Has Been Trying To Crack This CIA Riddle For 16 Years”

Here is an article, written by Tony Youngblood of Nashville Public Radio, that explains  how a Nashville local has been trying to break one of the toughest codes in the world: Nashville software developer Elonka Dunin spent the better part of two decades trying to unravel a mystery on the grounds of CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. Her […] Continue reading

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Olivia’s Introductory Post

Hi! This picture was taken on the drive from my hometown of Denver, Colorado to Nashville for move-in weekend. I have done gymnastics since the age of 3, so this picture really represents a combination of my love for gymnastics and Colorado as well as … Continue reading Continue reading

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The 2017 Nashville Eclipse!

In class yesterday we talked about eclipses and so here’s the post about it! The totally awesome (and very dedicated) Mr. Eclipse (i.e., The Ultimate Resource for Eclipse Photography) is a favorite of NASA so they use his diagrams on their eclipse website. The foremost resource for the 2017 eclipse is eclipse2017.org.  The Interactive Google […] Continue reading Continue reading

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Analysis of Gaze in “Nashville”

In the writing questionnaire, I described a scene from the pilot episode of the show “Nashville”; I now plan to revisit this scene with Berger’s and Mulvey’s arguments in mind.  To recap, the scene I discussed is a short (10-second) … Continue reading Continue reading

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