ntertainment and education go hand in hand, perhaps better than one might think. The modern struggle of educators is to keep a genuine interest from students and cultivate a long-term comprehension of material. This thoroughly realized when the learning environment is designed to be interactive, fun, and immersive. The Fractal […]
Articles by: Audrin Baghaie
Audrin Baghaie has a Bachelors in Psychology and Statistics from UNM, where he created, and currently edits the music and culture section of the Daily Lobo, and produces radio content for various radio shows at KUNM. With Audrin's contacts in the music and theater scene, he brings culture to the A&E section of the Tribune.
Purely simple and cohesive artworks are often understood to evoke the most genuine of emotions. This sentiment stems from The Beatles crafting songs together with just four chords, or John Baldessari’s conceptual art movement of superimposing dots over peoples’ faces. Local artist Zahra Marwan uses minimalism watercolor painting to construct […]
Just in the past year, neo-soul indie pop three-piece Eugene have established themselves as a household name in the local music scene. Originally from New Orleans, the band relocated to Albuquerque last balloon-fiesta season and have since found their way to a plethora of venues such as Sister Bar, Burt’s […]