February 2007
Mix;Feb2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p17
A short interview with Spencer Nilsen, president/creative director of Ex'pression College of Digital Arts is presented. Asked to name his favorite moment at Ex'pression, he says that it was when the music group 'Public Enemy' visited the college. He informs that he was currently listening to The Mars Volta's 'Deloused In the Comatorium,' on his iPod digital music player. He believes in constantly keeping in touch with the several activities in the campus.


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