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Canisius College is not for the faint of heart. Our academics are challenging. Curiosity is encouraged. Thinking, required. you will undertake real-world experiences, participate in real research, and tackle real problems. Our goal is not to give you a lifetime’S worth of information. Our goal is to prepare you for a lifetime of adventures.

— St. Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits

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Canisius College is not for the faint of heart. Our academics are challenging. Curiosity is encouraged. Thinking, required. you will undertake real-world experiences, participate in real research, and tackle real problems. Our goal is not to give you a lifetime’S worth of information. Our goal is to prepare you for a lifetime of adventures.

— St. Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits

Charles Clough (American, born 1951). Facsimile of “Arrow Drawing, 1970,” exact date unknown. Facsimile. Overall: 48 x 96 x 36 inches (121.92 x 243.84 x 91.44 cm). Collection of the artist.

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chapter ONE

you are welCome here

chapter TWO

skysCrapers and underground passageways

chapter THREE

stoCk market tiCkers and killer whales

chapter FOUR

learn to fly

chapter FIVE

fulbrights and bank presidents

chapter SIX

this is the beginning

In this bustling world, it’s tough to find time to stop…to think…to explore an idea to its very core. But here, it’s easy. Our academic approach is firmly rooted in Ignatian contemplation. You won’t just explore a variety of subjects, you’ll think deeply about individual ideas. You’ll have time to reflect, to exercise your imagination and put it to use solving the problems of the world.

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â&#x20AC;&#x201D; St. Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits

02 JESUIT TRADITION

Whatever your faith, you are welcome here. Our Jesuit heritage dates back 450 years, but we continually reinvent its expression. Every day, we explore new ideas. We search for truth. We take time to reflect. We serve others. At Canisius, you’ll think from new perspectives and discover new abilities. You’ll consider what you stand for. You’ll explore your faith and work with a purpose. You’ll prepare for a fulfilling life.

SPIRIT At Canisius, you’ll be challenged on many levels. It’s a part of our Jesuit education, built around ideals like cura personalis – “care for the whole person,” the pursuit of excellence and finding the good in all things. It’s built around magis (being and doing more), justice and living as men and women for others. These may sound elaborate, but the ideas aren’t complex. They just mean we’ll give you a strong and broad foundation that will expand your mind, strengthen your body, and enrich your spirit. No matter your field of study, you’ll take core curriculum courses that will prepare you—mind, body, and spirit—for whatever adventures lie ahead. Here, you’ll learn to… express your thoughts effectively Cogent Writing — gather and analyze ideas Information Literacy — think across disciplines Breadth of Knowledge — appreciate differences Diversity — strive for what is right Ethics — see from many perspectives Global Awareness — treat all people fairly Justice — exchange ideas Effective OraL Communication — work for the sake of others Public Service

There’s an old saying that reads: “The hardest thing in the world is to convince someone to move to Buffalo. The second hardest thing in the world is to convince them to leave.” We love our city, and we’re confident you’ll feel right at home.

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06 BUFFALO

BuFFalo has a BIg hearT Downtown Buffalo pulses with life.

a firm and friendly handshake.

Appreciate art at the Albright-Knox.

Apply for an internship and you’ll

Brave hot chicken wings at the Anchor

be treated with respect. Volunteer,

Bar. We have parks, shops, music,

and you’ll make friends.

restaurants, sports and businesses galore. Beyond city limits, hiking trails

Proudly, Canisius plays an active role

stretch for miles in our many state parks.

in the city. Our alumni sit on executive

The ski slopes at Ellicottville are less

boards. Clubs partner with businesses

than an hour away. The highest tower

and invest countless hours in community

in the western hemisphere stands just

service. Professors facilitate hands-on

across the river. And, of course,

learning in fields from banking to

there’s Niagara Falls.

biomedical research. Canisius isn’t just in Buffalo, we’re an integral part of it.

Buffalo’s big heart, though, is in its people. Simply put, they’re kind. They

Some call Buffalo the City of Good

say hello. Mention that you’re from

Neighbors. We call it home.

Canisius and you’ll be greeted with Buffalo is the nation’s 4th best mid-sized city for college students, based on academic environment, quality of life and professional opportunities.

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CAMPUS

Our 72-acre campus rests atop a

BouwhuIs lIBrary

labyrinth of tunnels. The underground

Upstairs: silence & study spots Downstairs: coffee & conversations

network runs from Dugan Hall to Old Main, from Street Side Café to Bouwhuis Library. The tunnels serve a practical use—they keep us warm through Western New York winters. But there’s more to it than that.

dugan hall a.k.a. dugan hoTel On grilled cheese nights, there’s even room service

They’re vibrant. You can’t walk 10 feet

scIence hall

without hearing a welcoming “hello.”

Microscopes, telescopes, and a real-life indoor zoo

Bright posters adorn the walls— invitations for upcoming events. Friendships form on the pathways to class. Snacks are shared. Courses are taught. Clubs rally. Our tunnels keep

Bosch & FrIsch Identical in structure, rivals in superiority

us connected, in more ways than one.

monTanTe Where mosaics meet microphones

Our 24-hour-a-day public safety patrol ensures Canisius students live in one of the safest neighborhoods of Buffalo.

chrIsT The kIng chapel Where the doors are always open

Design world-class art exhibits at the Albright-Knox. Write post-game broadcasts for the Buffalo Bills. Triple-check investment records at M&T Bank. Soothe a child’s pre-surgery nerves at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. As a Canisius intern, you’ll gather real experiences. You’ll build a network and gain professional skills. And as you watch a third-grader discover Degas, or you help secure the financial future of a soon-to-be retiree— there’s a good chance this experience might define your career.

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ThIs Is a place For explorers, For Those unaFraId To clImB mounTaIns, Those who are wIllIng To work For The vIew. 12 ACADEMICS

A Canisius education will require a

help you start exploring. This education

lot of you. You’ll be expected to work

will not simply instill you with facts, it

hard and work smart. But you won’t

will transform your point of view.

learn aimlessly, you’ll learn with

So after graduation, when you face a

purpose. Research ways to conserve

challenge, you won’t settle for the

the environment. Lead a study on

status quo solution.

autism research. Manage a real financial portfolio. Volunteer in

You’ll think independently and

Nicaragua, administering swinging-

creatively. You’ll analyze and decipher.

flashlight eye exams in preparation

You’ll search for unconventional answers.

for medical school. Whatever your

Because you’ll always, always be curious.

field, whatever your dreams, we’ll

challenge

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don’T choose a maJor, choose a passIon.

Determining your direction can feel daunting. The surest solution? Experience. Study many things. Write poetry; it may suit you. Take a course in accounting; you may find it more exciting than rumors suggest. Enter an art contest. Spend time in

college oF arTs & scIences Think. Write. Study. Theorize. Analyze. Philosophize. Experiment. Experience. Calculate. Compose. Take time to reflect. Explore. Learn first-hand from experts. Before long, you’ll be one.

a science lab. Read about sociology, then anthropology. Compare. Reflect on a religious teaching. Write an anonymous love letter and brighten a stranger’s day. Watch a history film through a political science lens—see how it changes your perspective. Find something that lights you up. When time flies during a project,

rIchard J. wehle school oF BusIness Real business experience. Every professor has it. You’ll gain it. Business executives in our Council on Accountancy will offer insight about it. It’s the hallmark of our programs.

take note—you may have discovered a calling. At Canisius, there’s no reason to wait; exploration opportunities abound. We’ll help you get started right away.

school oF educaTIon & human servIces The educators of tomorrow. Special education researchers. Future high school principals. Here, they’ll be your classmates; someday, they’ll be your colleagues.

mAJORS Accounting

Communication Studies

Health and Wellness

Accounting Information Systems

Computer Science

History

Creative Writing

Humanities

Criminal Justice

Information Systems

Digital Media Arts

International Business

Early Childhood Education (birth-grade 2)

International Relations

Adolescence Education (grades 7-12) Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Anthropology Art History Athletic Training Biochemistry Bioinformatics Biology Chemistry Childhood Education (grades 1-6) Classics

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Economics English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Environmental Studies European Studies Finance French German

Journalism Latin American Studies Management Marketing Mathematics & Statistics

Physical Education/ Sport Studies Physics Political Science Professional and Technical Studies Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Sociology and Anthropology Spanish

Medical Laboratory Science

Special Education/Childhood Education (birth-grade 2)

Music

Specialized Studies

Philosophy

Sport Management

Physical Education/ Health Education

Urban Studies Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Studies

mINors Animal Behavior

Computer Forensics

Anthropology

Computer Science

Anthrozoology

Computer Theory

Arabic, Language and Culture

Creative Writing Criminal Justice

Art History

Economics

Biblical Studies

English

Bioinformatics Biology Business

Environmental Biology Ethics European Studies

Business Management

Exercise Science

Catholic Studies

Fine Arts

Cell and Molecular Biology Chemistry Child, Family & Community Studies

Forensic Psychology French Language and Culture

Human Resource Management

Philosophy

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Physics

Information Systems International Business International Management International Relations Irish Studies Justice

Psychology Political Science Religions of the World Religious Studies School Psychology Social Sciences Sociology

Latin American Studies

Spanish Language and Culture

Law & Public Policy

Sports Psychology

Leadership

Studio Arts

Literature

Supply Chain Management

Management of Technology

Theatre Arts Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Studies

General Psychology

Mathematics

Christian History, Thought & Ethics

German, Language and Culture

Music

Writing

Music Business

Classics Departmental

Zoo Biology

Neuroscience

Classics Interdepartmental

Health & Human Performance

Clinical Psychology

History

Peace and Justice Studies

North American Studies

specIal & pre-proFessIonal programs All-College Honors Program

Pre-Dental

BA/MBA Dual Degree

Pre-Engineering

BA/MBAPA Dual Degree

Pre-Law

Dental Medicine*

Pre-Medical

Fashion Merchandising†

Pre-Pharmacy

Military Science/ROTC

Pre-Veterinary

Osteopathic Medicine* Pharmacy*

*Joint degree program. † Offered in conjunction with the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC.

37 J. William Fulbright Scholarships awarded to Canisius students and alumni since 1987.

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around here, research opporTunITIes aBound. Take, For example... GOLDEN GRIFFIN FUND

INSTITUTE FOR AUTISM RESEARCH

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION (ABEC)

Enormous digital displays. State-of-the-

Collect saliva samples. Analyze data.

On any given day, you might study

art technological equipment. Newly

Observe a clinical trial through

sleep patterns in giraffes. Or research

equipped workstations, data projectors,

one-way glass. Simply pause, smile,

how dwarf crocodiles behave at

and Bloomberg technology giving

and ask “Can you tell what I’m feeling?”

twilight. Or follow communication

up-to-the-minute information on world

For children with autism it’s a summer

patterns of killer whales. But one thing

markets. Here in the Financial Markets

camp, full of games that teach social

is certain: As an ABEC student, you’ll

Lab, students review investment

interaction and life skills. For Canisius

gain valuable experience in the field

strategies, analyze stocks, solicit new

students, it’s an unparalleled research

(or the ocean, as the case may be).

investors, and manage the Golden

opportunity. At the Institute for Autism

Led by Michael Noonan, PhD,

Griffin Fund, a real-money investment

Research, every task—no matter how

department chair and professor of

portfolio worth more than $200,000.

small—is carefully chosen, meticulously

animal behavior, students undertake

executed and rigorously evaluated.

cutting-edge research. And do so with

They spearhead new treatments. They

professionalism, expertise, and, at

train future leaders in the field.

times, the tenacity of an orca.

WANDER WITH A CAMERA FROM WARSAW TO TUNISIA Create an iPhone app. Design a 3D video game. Build an interactive digital media wall using the motion technology of Microsoft’s Kinect. Spend two intensive weeks in Poland and Tunisia, studying photography with the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. These are just a few of the adventures you might undergo under the guidance of professor Przemyslaw (P.J.) Moskal, PhD. He is a new media artist. His interactive and digital art has been recognized and exhibited all over the world—from California to Thailand to Brazil. His passion lies in harnessing the ever-evolving artistic possibilities of the digital world. And he shares this passion with his students—in class and in the computer lab, in research and in artistic creation.

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pre-med, pre-law, pre-graduaTIon At Canisius, our standout majors benefit from the additional resources provided through our many pre-professional

11:1

student faculty ratio

96%

full-time professors who hold a PhD or terminal degree

programs. Our pre-med and pre-law programs rank among the nation’s best—9 out of 10 students who apply are accepted into law or medical and health schools. Whether you’re a future optometrist or veterinarian or surgeon or lawyer, you’ll embark on a career path long before graduation.

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average class size

3,280

undergraduate students

Take TIps From a sTand-up comedIan Watch Ellen DeGeneres for homework.

The teacher of this unconventional

Or maybe the stand-up comedy of

course is Melissa Wanzer, EdD, an

Mitch Hedberg. “It’s research,” you’ll say.

expert in humor and health

And you won’t be kidding. The course

communication. She’s an award-

is Constructive Uses of Humor, and it’s

winning professor and advisor for the

no joke. The workload includes research,

Association of Men and Women in

analysis and practical application.

Communication. And with her experience teaching persuasion, she

You’ll examine the uses of humor in

might convince you to major in

fields from medicine to education. Oh,

communication studies.

and your final exam just might be a stand-up comedy act, performed for your classmates, laugh track and all.

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survive the peace corps and pricewaterhousecoopers

At the beginning of his career, he joined the Peace Corps. There were three choices to help determine his placement location: urban, semi-rural, and rural. He checked “rural” and wrote, “Put me in a place where no Peace Corps volunteer has ever been.” They placed him in Swaziland, Africa, where he taught math and science in a sparse cinderblock building. Now, he’s an expert on financial and information systems auditing and a published author on diffusion of innovation. He serves on the Board at the Boys and Girls Club of East Aurora, NY. He’s a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Information Systems Auditor. He is an avid golfer. You’d think someone like this would work at, say, PricewaterhouseCoopers. He used to. But now he’s a professor of accounting. He’s chair of the department and an award-winning teacher. This is Joseph O’Donnell, PhD. If he doesn’t have all the answers, he probably knows where to look.

MIND If you really want to strengthen your mind, study abroad. Explore the world. Immerse yourself in a new culture. Our programs can take you to England or El Salvador, Spain or South Korea. From GuaĂ­ba Lake to the Glass House Mountains, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no end to what you might find...

Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a seasoned expert or just want to try something new, this place will challenge you. It will encourage you to be brave. So go ahead. Do something bold.

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If you want to go exploring, just find yourself a team. With more than 100 campus clubs, you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to look far. You might play rugby. Or Quidditch. You might write for The Griffin or start a business with a fellow entrepreneur. Or join a different team every day. Audition for a play. Volunteer with Campus Ministry. Try out for Mr. Canisius. Let loose at Spring Fest. Go bowling blindfoldedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and bring along a friend or two.

HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED? How to spell your name in sign language?

Why newspapers are printed on newsprint?

What movie ratings are based on?

Which word appears most often in Macbeth?

What they eat for breakfast in Kazakhstan?

How to eat soup with chopsticks?

Whether basil-flavored ice cream is dinner or dessert?

Where the silkiest clay can be found?

How far you can run before you collapse? How stock values are calculated? What sparked the Harlem Renaissance?

The story of how chicken wings were invented?

Whether you have the courage to speak confidently to an audience of hundreds?

What bacon-chocolate-chip cookies taste like?

Why the sky is blue?

Whether sauerkraut is really as bad as it sounds?

Anything about alliteration?

The best way to fall without injury?

Which yarn makes the warmest hats?

Why fireworks explode?

Whether fair trade really makes a difference?

How the curl of a Frisbee affects its flight?

If you have the strength to command a hoard of orcs?

How to put backspin on a bowling ball?

How to make a college girl look like an old lady?

What mud looks like under a microscope?

What sans serif means?

What you look like in tights?

What dissonance adds to a song?

How imaginary numbers can still be real?

What the world looks like from atop the Eiffel Tower?

How many stars there are?

How the homeless ended up that way?

How color affects mood?

How many ways there are to cook a potato?

If voting makes a difference?

How recycling really works?

How aperture changes an image?

What equality really looks like? What the inside of a heart looks like?

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How to write your name in binary? How it feels to fly?

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got clubs for all your questionsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; be they whimsical, unusual or profound.

rebuild a future wITh a needle and Thread

some oF our servIce and campus mInIsTry opporTunITIes Social Justice Speakers Series SPCA of Erie County Project Conservation Coalition for Economic Justice Grassroots Gardens of Buffalo St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy Amnesty International 4th Day Retreat Charity Knitting Club Habitat For Humanity Companion Animal Rescue Society Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice

help them rebuild their lives. Build

Colleges Against Cancer

play an important role in life at Canisius.

a business plan to help a Bhutanese

YMCA Buffalo Niagara

In Jesuit tradition, it’s referred to as being

Nepali immigrant open a grocery store.

International Day of Peace

“men and women for others.” We call it

Volunteer at a soup kitchen. Repair

Community Action Organization

being a good neighbor. We have an

hurricane-damaged homes. Study social

Journey’s End Refugee Services

abundance of service opportunities. Equip

justice in El Salvador. The possibilities for

To Write Love on Her Arms

Laos refugees with sewing machines and

good reach as far as your imagination.

Community service and campus ministry

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leap lIke a lIon wITh wIngs If you’re a fan of something, don’t hold back. Shout loudly. Cheer. Sing with ridiculous enthusiasm. Fierce competition is a tradition at Canisius. Our NCAA Division I athletic teams strive for championship wins. Club teams compete forcefully, but for fun. In the Battle of the Bridge, our year-long rivalry with Niagara University, 14 of our 16 sports battle it out to bring home the Canal Cup. And our fans battle just as tenaciously, shouting their support with faces painted blue and gold. On the field and in the stands, in games fierce or friendly, the Golden Griffins can give you wings.

ncaa dIvIsIon I aThleTIc Teams women’s

men’s

Basketball

Baseball

Cross Country

Basketball

Lacrosse

Cross Country

Rowing

Golf

Soccer

Ice Hockey

Softball

Lacrosse

Swimming and Diving

Soccer

Volleyball

Swimming and Diving

BODY In between your studies, take time to get up and get moving. Shoot hoops at the KAC. Head across the street to DELAWARE PARK, everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favorite running ground. Or join one of our club or intramural teams and compete tenaciously but just for fun...

At Canisius, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll become an explorer. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll learn to face the unknown boldly. Question the questions. Dig beyond the conventional answers. Conquer problems with deep thinking and imagination.

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Maybe you’ll uncover the secrets of U.S. presidents as an award-winning journalist for

Forbes and The Wall Street Journal. Fashion next year’s trends as a clothing buyer at Calvin Klein. Fight crime as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Washington, D.C., or teach English in Tanzania. There’s no telling where your Canisius education will take you. Life will bring unexpected challenges—right after college or many years in the future. But one thing is certain: though you may not have all the answers, you’ll be courageous enough to find them.

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network isn’t just that it’s 42,000 strong, or that it spans the globe, or that its ranks have included congressmen, renowned doctors, news anchors, NHL managers, bank presidents, and senior executives at UPS and Goldman Sachs (just to name a few). The strength of our alumni network is that they stay connected. They don’t forget us after graduation. They stop by to visit former professors. They give guest lectures. They volunteer on Community Day. When we battle Niagara University, you’ll see business executives and respected community leaders decked out in blue and gold, cheering as loudly as undergraduates. Our alumni are uncommonly invested in our success. When you’re looking for an internship, prepping for the big interview, or adjusting to corporate culture, they’ll be there. They’ll offer sound advice and good recommendations. There’s a good chance they’ll even offer you a job. So wherever your adventures take you, you need not go alone.

OUR STUDENT SUCCESSES ARE HARD TO COUNT, BUT WE’LL GIVE IT A TRY:

hoBnoB wITh The presIdenT oF a naTIonal Bank

The strength of the Canisius alumni

92% OF GRADUATES ARE WORKING OR IN GRADUATE SCHOOL WITHIN ONE YEAR.

9 OUT OF 10 STUDENTS WHO APPLY TO MEDICAL OR HEALTH SCHOOLS ARE ACCEPTED.

9 OUT OF 10 STUDENTS WHO APPLY TO LAW SCHOOL ARE ACCEPTED.

CPA ExAM RESULTS RANK US #2 IN NEW YORK STATE.

MORE THAN 3,600 COMPANIES ARE REGISTERED WITH CANISIUS’ CAREER CENTER.

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swIng By For a vIsIT

AFFORDING CANISIUS

Nothing beats first-hand experience. It’s the best way to learn and it’s the best way to choose a college. We’d love to show you around (and show you off a little, too). Visit canisius.edu/visit or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to arrange a tour.

apply To canIsIus

At Canisius, 98% of students receive some type of financial assistance. So before you make a final college decision, ask for guidance. Our experts will help you navigate federal and state aid, financing plans, scholarships, grants and need-based institutional awards. For more information, visit canisius.edu/tuition.

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES We’ve said all we have to say. From here on out, the story belongs to you. Meet your next challenge boldly. Apply online at canisius.edu or complete the Common Application. Send test scores to Canisius using SAT Code 2073 or ACT Code 2690. For more information, visit canisius.edu/admissions.

At Canisius, our rolling admissions policy means we accept applications and admit students throughout the year. To receive an admission decision by December 15, apply before November 15.

CONTACT US Office of Undergraduate Admissions 716.888.2200 800.843.1517 admissions@canisius.edu

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are you up For IT?

Canisius College is not for the faint of heart. Our academics are challenging. Curiosity is encouraged. Thinking, required. you will undertake real-world experiences, participate in real research, and tackle real problems. Our goal is not to give you a lifetime’S worth of information. Our goal is to prepare you for a lifetime of adventures.

— St. Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits

Charles Clough (American, born 1951). Facsimile of “Arrow Drawing, 1970,” exact date unknown. Facsimile. Overall: 48 x 96 x 36 inches (121.92 x 243.84 x 91.44 cm). Collection of the artist.

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chapter ONE

you are welCome here

chapter TWO

skysCrapers and underground passageways

chapter THREE

stoCk market tiCkers and killer whales

chapter FOUR

learn to fly

chapter FIVE

fulbrights and bank presidents

chapter SIX

this is the beginning


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