Author Archive for Amy Harlowe

Written in Stone

Last Saturday morning, 20 adults, many patrons of the Glessner House, converged in the lobby of Hyde Park’s Oriental Institute.  Emily Teeter, a curator for the museum who specializes in Egyptology, stood front and center to guide the group through…

Sacred Spaces

On Thursday morning, Father Elijah Mueller arrived at the UofC’s New Graduate Residence Hall with a wooden bowl full of holy water, an incense stick, and a small bottle of oil. He was wearing a long black cassock and ornate…

Chic chicas

The Zhou B Art Center in Bridgeport bustled with activity during Thursday’s Latino Fashion Week event. Patrons, vendors, and participants moved through the front hall of the center, which was filled to the brim with tables lined with bright signs and colorful clothing.