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Arts & Culture

An Ephemeral Night of Perfumance

December 15, 2022

Modern Dance Club puts on a scented performance between performer, follower and observer

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Fall 2022 Undergraduate Exhibition

December 4, 2022

The annual undergraduate exhibition at SAIC highlighted the works of 140 emerging artists.

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Navigating Between the Floating Worlds

December 2, 2022

A Collective Introspection of Japanese Printmakers during the “Dark Night” in 1923–45.

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Holland Cotter is still learning

November 15, 2022

The New York Times art editor and writer discusses life, learning, and the “memory museum.”

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Dreams of Black and Blue: Ian Mwesiga at Mariane Ibrahim

October 19, 2022

Dance, basketball, and dreams in Ian Mwesiga's solo debut.

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Reflecting on Polaroid’s a520, a Fiend and a Family Camera

October 16, 2022

Did you know that Polaroid makes digital point & shoot cameras? Because I didn’t.

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SAIC

SAIC Ends Classroom Mask Requirement

January 26, 2023

Some students and faculty worry about their safety.

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To Mask or Not to Mask — That is Not the Question

January 18, 2023

SAIC’s decision to roll back the classroom mask mandate raises serious questions beyond whether we should or shouldn’t wear masks.

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Part-time Faculty at SAIC Overwhelmingly Vote to Join the Union

December 14, 2022

Out of 410 votes that were counted yesterday, 92% of faculty voted YES.

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SAIC Finally Revokes Kanye West’s Honorary Doctorate

December 10, 2022

Some students say the decision came too late, years after West's racist remarks.

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SAIC: Where a Credit Hour Costs More Than an Ounce of Gold

December 8, 2022

The tuition increase has forced some students to wonder whether their needs matter.

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Fall 2023 Schedule Change 

December 2, 2022

Here’s What to Expect in the 2023/24 Academic Year and How Students are Currently Feeling.

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News

Argyle Celebrates Lunar New Year

January 30, 2023

Amidst the cold and snow, Chicago comes out to see the Lunar New Year celebrations

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LGBTIQA+ Health Center Union Protests Layoffs 

January 14, 2023

Hundreds at the Howard Brown Health Center went on strike for three days, demanding reinstatement of 60 staff.

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Part-time Faculty at SAIC Overwhelmingly Vote to Join the Union

December 14, 2022

Out of 410 votes that were counted yesterday, 92% of faculty voted YES.

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The Girl Who Cried Narcissist

December 13, 2022

Weʼve come far with mental health awareness, but thereʼs still a long way left to go.

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SAIC Finally Revokes Kanye West’s Honorary Doctorate

December 10, 2022

Some students say the decision came too late, years after West's racist remarks.

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The Human Cost of the World Cup

December 4, 2022

The silence of the Global West over the mistreatment of migrant workers in Qatar is disappointing.

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Entertainment

Moving Pictures: “M3GAN” Dances On

January 30, 2023

This one is for all you iPad kids out there.

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Moving Pictures: “The Stranger” in a Strange Land (Australia)

January 23, 2023

What makes a crime story truly great? And where do the lines and lies of detective and criminal blur?

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Moving Pictures: “Matilda the Musical” and Growing Up

January 17, 2023

A musical that proves "even if you're little, you can do a lot! You mustn't let a little thing like little stop you."

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Moving Pictures: “Empire of Light,” Not Too Bright

January 17, 2023

Cinema for people who love going to the cinema.

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The Sky Talks: Capricorn Season, The Karma King

January 17, 2023

It’s the time of year to manifest our desires.

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Awkward Horror: A New Genre of Horror Film

January 8, 2023

The truly terrifying experiences in life and film are the awkward and embarrassing ones.

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Lit

Listen to Your Unicorns

December 26, 2022

A personal essay on the worries that come with growing out of teenagehood.

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Strange Literary Magazines That You Should Submit To

December 10, 2022

Because we all write weird stuff, that’s why we go here.

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6 Podcasts in 6 Unique Genres You Need to Start Listening To

December 1, 2022

Whether you're looking for background noise or a new story to dive into, there's something here for everyone.

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Polyamory: Falling love in the Ohio of relationships

November 14, 2022

A retrospection on love and departure from traditional dating styles.

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Book Review: Flung Out of Space

August 11, 2022

How Patricia Highsmith's complicated legacy is explored through comics.

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Book Review: Normal People

June 23, 2022

What is it about Sally Rooney’s “Normal People?”

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Comics

Everyone’s Doing It!

January 11, 2023

"Come on in, the water is (feverishly) warm!"

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House

January 6, 2023

A walk through the house.

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El Machete Illustrated – Who Knows What

January 2, 2023

Tread on me indeed.

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Portugal

January 2, 2023

"I don't need the world to see I've been the best I can be."

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I’m Sure My Professor Can Read

January 2, 2023

...but sometimes that literacy is called into question.

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Solo Joe

January 2, 2023

The tragic tale of the cowboy Solo Joe.

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