Arts & Culture

Unravelling literary pretentiousness: How to read poetry and like it

Nicole Hur investigates whether Arts Building inhabitants are justified in their snobbery and whether this pretension is an impediment or necessary trait for appreciating poetry

Poet Marianne Moore: “I am hard to disgust, but a pretentious poet can do it.”

The Arts Building is a funny place. My friends and I, as much as we are part of the running joke, often poke fun at