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Arts & Culture

‘Bearing: Object, Body, and Space’ at the Student Union Galleries

March 20, 2017

Three distinct artists explore concepts of the physical body in a group exhibition at the LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery.

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‘The Infinite Wrench’ is, Thankfully, Familiar

March 18, 2017

A late-night favorite returns to the stage — with a different name.

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The Legacy of Merce Cunningham at the Museum of Contemporary Art

March 14, 2017

Merce Cunningham literally and conceptually blurred the line between performance and art, and his work is now being experienced in Chicago.

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Entertainment

If You Like, Then Read: Punching Nazis

March 29, 2017

Brian Fabry Dorsam proves once again, that there's a comic book for everything — even punching nazis.

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When Incipient Womanhood Meets Incipient Cannibalism: ‘RAW’

March 26, 2017

"Raw" is a grisly and necessary portrait of young womanhood that definitely isn't for the faint of heart.

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‘Logan’: The Film that Saved the Super-Hero Genre

March 19, 2017

“X-Men”'s latest film proves just how nuanced superhero films can be — even when Hugh Jackman has claws.

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SAIC

The Cultural Complexities of a Symbol Raise Questions About Equal Treatment on Campus

March 29, 2017

An installation piece in the SAIC BFA Show piqued controversy when the artist, Jae Hwan Lim, replaced a Buddhist swastika with an open letter.

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What It’s Like to Be Latinx But Not Mexican at SAIC

March 14, 2017

The curriculum's emphasis on Mexican literature is great — but it excludes most of an entire continent.

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Fashion Grammar

February 22, 2017

Students at SAIC are proud of what they wear — and for good reason.

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News

Trans Liberation Protest Takes to the Streets

March 15, 2017

SAIC students were among the legions of marchers who took to the streets in March.

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Thinking Out Loud: Up Against the Walls

March 13, 2017

Our current president got elected on the promise of a wall. But what do border walls really do?

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7 Cents From a Clean Getaway

March 13, 2017

An optimistic Chicagoan embraces the bag tax.

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Comics

Commuter Cows

March 30, 2017

A comic by Ambrin Ling.

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Small Stories 4

March 28, 2017

A comic by Madeleine Hettich.

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White Privilege

March 14, 2017

A comic by Eric J. Garcia.

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F+

This Friday, Commune With The Devil: ‘Satanic Panic’ Comes To MacLean Ballroom

March 22, 2017

If you're looking for something to do this weekend, check out Satanic Panic in the MacLean Ballroom on Friday night. The immersive art experience may help you see the black...

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My Secret Shame: I Can’t Move On

March 10, 2017

Breaking up is hard to do — and that's just the beginning. Jose Nateras confesses about not being able to move on from a relationship.

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Try 5: A Chicago Thrift Store Roundup

March 7, 2017

Chicago is full of great thrift stores. If you're trying to save a little bread, these places will hook you up without emptying you out.

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