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Arts & Culture

Making Memories at the Color Factory

July 5, 2022

At Color Factory, immersive installations meet Chicago sensibilities.

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Art and Culture Calendar, June 27-July 10

June 29, 2022

A round-up for the summer season.

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Building Bridges

June 23, 2022

People Matter empowers the Chinatown community with their sculpture at Ping Tom Memorial Park.

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SAIC

Hello, Guten Tag

September 22, 2022

A passionate plea for you to taste the SAIC Oktoberfest burger before it's gone.

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Art Daddy: Grants for Artists

September 7, 2022

In the first installment of the Art Daddy column, we walk you through the art (and business) of getting grant money.

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Part-Time Faculty Organize to Join AICWU

July 8, 2022

A continued effort to unionize among part-time faculty ramps up just as school lets out for Summer.

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News

Part-Time Faculty Organize to Join AICWU

July 8, 2022

A continued effort to unionize among part-time faculty ramps up just as school lets out for Summer.

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From the Vault: LGBTQ+ Internet Archives

July 8, 2022

Mapping the rabbit holes of LGBTQ+ topics, discussions, and culture.

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Listen, Listen Well, and Tell it All

July 8, 2022

Recap from the Richard H. Driehaus Awards for Investigative Reporting.

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Entertainment

Moving Pictures: “Breaking,” Tragic and True

September 22, 2022

With "Breaking," John Boyega escapes type and finds challenge.

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Moving Pictures: “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” by Twitter, for Twitter, from Twitter

September 22, 2022

"Bodies Bodies Bodies" is like being in a group chat with six people you hate.

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Let It Rip: Hulu’s ‘The Bear’

September 19, 2022

The show exposes many faces of PTSD.

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Lit

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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Book Review: The Golden Couple

June 23, 2022

To see the truth that lurks below the veneer of perfection has never been more necessary.

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Comics

El Machete Illustrated – Pro Life

September 15, 2022

Who's pro life?

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Starr Ramone 78 – “Gone But…”

September 13, 2022

In Part One of a new miniseries by Mae Lyne, Starr Ramone 78, the stage is set as Starr Ramone sees someone at a house party she never expected to see again.

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Luma’s World – Animation Anxieties

September 12, 2022

The cognitive dissonance between the industry and pursuing a creative degree fills Luma with fear in the first installment of Luma's World by Sidne K. Gard.

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