Studentenkrant’s Summer Horoscopes

July and August are a slow build up to the tumultuous fall months. July is spitting and hot, and not good for matters of communication. August offers some motivation and energy, and is overall more pleasantly uneventful compared to other months in 2020- although, the last weeks of August are increasingly tense. Still, we can take a break this summer before heading straight into the fray of a stressful and combative autumn. Whatever seemingly small problems you encounter in these two months are going to later be drawn out for much longer than expected.

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Studentenkrant’s June Horoscopes

Let me try and explain June: it’s a balloon being stuck through with a pin. False hopes will be buoyed for a moment but will then sour. Still, you should enjoy what little sweetness we do have left before it’s completely gone, unless the current aftertaste for you is too volatile and tinged with blood. The first stretch of the month has the capacity to be somewhat enjoyable, though it continues the “dramatic” social and interpersonal situations of May. By the 25th, questions about relationships will become more clear, direct, and bright. Any illusions you had will begin to fade.

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Exploring Art from Home

Just because all events are banned, does not mean that art stops. Of course, art will exist for as long as people manage to exist. Being creative is a natural impulse that has been with us since we first started molding clay figures and painting on cave walls. At its best, viewing art can help you step outside of yourself. It’s beneficial to broaden your range of perspectives and emotions. Conversely, when you find art which does already match your own perspective and emotions, you feel warmly seen and known. Both functions are important to exercise, especially now. Therefore, I’m now directing you to a small sampling of art you can engage with online.

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