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Arts & Culture

Deborah Boardman’s Joyous Touch

February 23, 2019

A show at the Hyde Park Art Center remembers the late SAIC professor and her playful and serious approach to art-making.

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The Subtle Mastery of Tomma Abts

January 15, 2019

This painter's quiet show at the Art Institute of Chicago rewards careful looking.

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“New Blood” Needs a Transfusion

January 7, 2019

Seven hours of SAIC's 12th annual performance art festival.

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Entertainment

Ironheart #1: Chicago Has a New Hometown Hero

February 19, 2019

Science nerds, poetry nerds, comic book nerds rejoice! Chicagoans and women of color rejoice! We have finally a superhero not written by a middle-aged white guy!

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Truly Problematic True Crime and America’s Obsession with Ted Bundy

February 11, 2019

Ted Bundy is the Ideal American Man inverted, using all the characteristics associated with this archetype to do unspeakable evil. He uses this archetype for his own horrific...

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One of a Kind or One Trick Pony: Kurt Vile Album Review

February 3, 2019

Legendary vibesman rides again ... and again ... and again ...

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SAIC

Sacred Sexuality: Hillel Lunch ‘n’ Learn at SAIC

February 23, 2019

Welcome destigmatization, or oppressively male? Darshita Jain unpacks SAIC Hillel's Feb. 5 event.

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“The Art of Connection”: Graduating Art Therapists Get Personal

February 11, 2019

Graduating art therapy students' work turned the therapeutic gaze inward.

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Lan Tuazon’s Future Fossils

January 25, 2019

SAIC Professor Lan Tuazon strikingly depicts the footprint of consumerism.

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News

Bleeding Hearts: How the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Impacted American Crime

February 23, 2019

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre turns 90 this year, giving us an opportunity to re-examine the legacy of this historic (and notorious) event.

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The Youth Climate Lawsuit Heats Up

January 26, 2019

The Youth Climate Lawsuit — which is suing the U.S government for failure to take action on climate change — could finally see its day in court. And while there is no set...

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Why the IPCC Report on Global Warming Matters so Much

November 30, 2018

A Special Report on a Special Report.

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Comics

Medication Mystery

January 15, 2019

A comic by Alyse Ruriani.

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Trump’s Truth

January 15, 2019

A comic by Eric J. Garcia.

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Timotheus and The Poem

January 15, 2019

A comic by Madeleine Aguilar.

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F+

Hidden Cafes in Chicago

February 22, 2019

Every month, F Newsmagazine Multimedia Editor John Choi explores cafes in different neighborhoods of Chicago so that students and faculty can find a new favorite spot.

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My Funny Valentine

February 14, 2019

Valentine’s Day, as it stands, is a holiday of our own creation. No matter your faith or belief system, mid-February has always been celebrated in some form or another.

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February Horoscopes: Loving Underwater

February 5, 2019

Some sweet February lovescopes <3

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