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Humans of Lewis & Clark: Joseph Arzt (’15)

By Kaiya Gordon /// Features Editor
“I wish people would be less weird here and more bold. We’re timid. We are all too nice for the most part––nobody says negative things here.”
Majors: 
Philosophy, Studio Art
Current Project:
Painting aimed at exploring stereotypical, white masculine artists
“I just think that belief is really cool…I don’t have a lot of it, but I admire people who do.”
Sports Team:
SF 49ers
Thinks Everyone Should:
Read Dante
“My uncle promised me that next time Neil Young came to Connecticut he’d take me. I haven’t heard from him though. “
Distracted During Interview By:
Looking up old Boy Scout troop (#727) members and browsing MyWedding.com
Loves:
Gothic Cathedrals
“I’ve never been punched, but two summers ago I beat the shit out of a 17-year old. He called me a racial slur at a party. Have you ever punched anyone? It hurts. Just think about the bones your hand hits.”
Never Done on Campus: 
Gone to a science class (he’s terrified of the science buildings)
(A) Favorite Album:
“Hospice” by The Antlers (he’s listened to it over 50 times)
Scared Of:
Heights

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