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A Love Letter to “The Song of Achilles”

May 6, 2022

Hannah Ji finds a path to queer self-acceptance through Madeline Miller's...

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Moving Pictures: Who Reviews The Reviewer?

May 5, 2022

Reflections on the act of, and the art of, the review.

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AICWU members stand in front of the contemporary wing of AIC.


AICWU sends off bargaining committee

May 4, 2022

AICWU members celebrate the bargaining committee's first round of negotiations.

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Graphical Fidelity and Visual Style in Video Games:...

May 4, 2022

In video games, a good polygon count does not necessarily make for a visually...

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15 Things Tumblr Taught Me

May 3, 2022

15 vintage Tumblr trends for those who were there at the start of an Internet...

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And The Grammy Goes To…

May 2, 2022

Examining the constant snubbing of BTS at the GRAMMYs, and what it takes to...

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Graffiti style paintings overlapping one another on a wall. One has puffy lettering, the other has charicatured faces staring at the viewer.


Show Up and Show Off

April 20, 2022

Dispatch from Chicago's Fashion Show.

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Moving Pictures: Everything Everywhere All Done Right

April 20, 2022

Directing duo Daniels' new films teaches us that, despite everything, sometimes...

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We Owe Pamela Anderson an Apology

April 19, 2022

Pamela Anderson never agreed to this.

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William Basinski’s “The Disintegration Loops” Is a Revolution...

April 18, 2022

Twenty years after the initial release of William Basinski's seminal ambient...

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Auteur Theory: Television Auteurs

April 14, 2022

How do auteurs challenge the inherent limitations of creating a show for...

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Hasan Piker, Home Ownership, and Hypocritical Marxism

April 8, 2022

Hasan Piker isn't the biggest hypocrite on the Left for owning a home. Lefties...

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