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Arts & Culture

Cyborg Couture

April 8, 2019

Cyborgs meet sound in SAIC professor Lee Blalock's work.

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High Fiber Diet

March 27, 2019

At DePaul Art Museum, Betsy Odom and kg Gnatowki play with craft, gender, and loss.

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March Art Picks

March 27, 2019

Four shows to see in Chicago

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Entertainment

Review: Algorithm Nation or, the Static Quo

April 5, 2019

Can Second City's newest Mainstage show balance comedy with caricature?

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Crash Course in Comedy: An Interview with Damon Royster

April 5, 2019

Royster can be seen playing with the iO Harold Team Comet, his indie team Regular Girl, The Bar at CIC Theater, and the LGBT improv team Baby Wine at the Annoyance.

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Dazzle-Diamond Kiddos: A Review of Jessica Hopper’s “Night Moves”

April 5, 2019

“Night Moves” will make you fall in love with the city of Chicago and leave you feeling comforted and seen.

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SAIC

Student Feature | Jenny Rafalson

April 9, 2019

Jenny Rafalson's photography explores what it means to be a transplant.

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NEXT, Vol. II: Diversity or Diversion?

April 8, 2019

The NEXT Initiative promises change, but will it pan out?

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Survey Says: TV

April 8, 2019

The latest installment of F's student survey column.

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News

Wouldn’t You Love To Have My Ratings?*

March 2, 2019

*Trump tweeted in 2012. But what are ratings, even?

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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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Comics

Cold Boy

March 15, 2019

A comic by Bridget Bilbo.

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Caring Crows

March 15, 2019

A comic by Ishita Dharap.

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Chad the Lizard Wizard

March 15, 2019

A comic by Finn Walker.

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F+

The Death of the Ringtone

April 4, 2019

Are we being trained by our iPhones?

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Hidden Cafes in Chicago Vol. 02

March 17, 2019

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

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Sestina for the DivaCup

March 12, 2019

A poem by Kaycie Surrell.

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