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How Two Independent Bookstores Are Surviving COVID

May 24, 2021

These two bookstores in Chicago are surviving and thriving.

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Student Perspective: The Rise and Fall of Andrew...

May 15, 2021

Through fame and scandal, New York's Governor represents a larger pattern...

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Bad Parable: So Last Year

May 15, 2021

Can you believe it's been a year already? Comic by Teddie Bernard.

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No Cap, No Gown? No Problem

May 4, 2021

Five senior portraits, plus their takes on the Zoom graduation.

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It’s Ok To Run the Dishwasher Twice

May 3, 2021

How the pandemic made me re-examine the rules that dictate my life.

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Book Review: The Unreality of Memory and Other...

May 2, 2021

How did a book of essays written pre-pandemic change the way I see COVID?

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Photo Essay: Inside the Struggle to Get Vaccinated

April 19, 2021

My mother’s medical conditions make her a high risk for COVID. So why is it...

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20,000 Leagues Across the Sea (Via Zoom)

February 19, 2021

International students face time zone challenges and isolation during remote...

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Pan[dem]ic Rooms: A Photo Essay

November 2, 2020

With classes mostly moving online, SAIC's landscape stands lonely and empty.

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Giving From the Ground Up

November 2, 2020

In these times of crisis, mutual aid seems to have a deeper reach than...

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336 Hours Indoors

November 2, 2020

The latest installment of Pandemic: A Collection

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Ghost Galleries

November 1, 2020

Visiting the deserted AIC in the time of COVID.

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