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From Student Project to Real-World Success: The CampusFM Rebranding Story

As part of their coursework, a group of Media and Knowledge Sciences students following a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Digital Arts were tasked with the challenge of rebranding CampusFM, the University of Malta’s official radio station. THINK speaks with Olga Sater, one of the students who worked on the rebranding project, about their journey. Author Elena Said View all

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Low-Impact Concrete Flower Pots with Recycled Materials

Discover how resourcefulness and innovation in repurposing materials like broken glass, tiles, and eggshells can lead to the creation of everyday objects. Explore the collaborative effort of first-year B.Sc. (Built Environment) students under Prof. Ruben Paul Borg’s guidance as they transform waste into functional and aesthetically pleasing concrete flowerpots. By incorporating waste materials into the concrete mixture, these flowerpots contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of concrete production, aligning with sustainability goals in the construction industry. Dive into the journey of producing durable, eco-friendly flowerpots that showcase the power of creativity and sustainability in construction practices.

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Schizophrenia and Art

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that affects reality perception, but studies suggest that individuals with it tend to have superior creative skills. Art therapy is used to address negative aspects of the disorder and may help diagnose it. Art can serve as an outlet to express what cannot be described in words, and its content can vary significantly between those with the disorder and healthy individuals.

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