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Arts & Culture

Cancelling Wilderness

February 8, 2020

The first step towards preserving our wilderness is expanding our definition of it.

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I Went to the BP Biennial

February 6, 2020

Does a biennial about decolonization and climate crisis cancel itself out if it's funded by BP?

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Allison Janae Hamilton’s Dark, Pastoral Fantasies

January 31, 2020

How her art explores the many layers of our relationship with nature

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SAIC

Student Feature: Ang Zheng (VIDEO)

February 2, 2020

"I imagine that if dating apps had existed at the time, Isherwood would have used them, too."

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SAIC Beat, S02E03 — Making It: Laura Meyer (Cygne)

January 30, 2020

What happens when you outlive your singer-songwriter dreams?

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Student Voices: Love Thy Labor

January 24, 2020

Our Re: Working Labor exhibition used Amazon delivery services. Isn't there a contradiction there?

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News

Can’t Get No (Disaster) Relief

February 7, 2020

How natural disaster relief benefits the wealthy, and bypasses those who need it most.

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Love the Earth? Here’s Where to Get Involved

December 16, 2019

7 green organizations for the environment-conscious Chicagoan.

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The Future of Police Reform in Chicago

December 13, 2019

Chicago activists organize for the re-founding of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

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Entertainment

How “American Horror Story: 1984” Reimagines the Slasher

December 17, 2019

How this season rights some wrongs in the genre's history, and its own.

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Doña Angela, YouTube’s Abuelita

December 4, 2019

One of YouTube's most popular cooks is also one of the platform's most unexpected celebrities.

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“Bernhardt/Hamlet” Starts Strong But, Alas…

November 27, 2019

The fictionalized tale of turn-of-the-century stage actress Sarah Bernhardt, an unlikely Hamlet.

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Lit

The Solace of Letters in a Turbulent World

February 13, 2020

Learning to appreciate the ordinary through handwritten correspondence

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Pop-Up Magazine: A Live Magazine

February 12, 2020

How can a magazine be a live performance? Aaron Edwards tells us how.

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A Year in Books, Circa 2019

January 30, 2020

What better way to begin the year than with a book recommendation? Here we have Katherine's top-rated books in 2019.

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Comics

Luteboy Can’t Fly

February 15, 2020

Luteboy by Madeleine Aguilar.

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vanill.a

February 14, 2020

A comic by Michael Orr.

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Bad Parable – New Years

February 13, 2020

Bad Parable by Teddie Bernard.

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