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Arts & Culture

Documentation of a //sense Happening

February 3, 2023

Watch participants in //sense’s performance event blur the lines between art and reality

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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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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: Guillermo del Toro’s Puppet Kills Fascists

February 2, 2023

Out of the three "Pinocchio" adaptions of 2022, it's clear why del Toro's reigns supreme.

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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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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

Starr Ramone 78 – “…In Our Hearts.”

February 3, 2023

In the final installment of Starr Ramone 78, we find out exactly how Starr got her eyes and what happened to Sheena Glam five years earlier.

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El Machete Illustrated – POWs

January 30, 2023

El Machete Illustrated investigates varying treatment between different prisoners of war.

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Mattress Bed

January 30, 2023

Sometimes, work and relaxation lie right on top of each other.

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Hidden Colors

January 30, 2023

What can some birds see that we humans can't?

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The Art Cycle

January 30, 2023

From brilliance to exhaustion, Kristen Lee takes us on a trip through the Art Cycle.

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Everyone’s Doing It!

January 11, 2023

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

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