The Friends of the Gamelan (FROG) held their annual spring concert last Saturday afternoon at Hyde Park Union Church.
by Emily Holland •
“The Last Pictures,” Trevor Paglen’s most recent art installation, is a collection of carefully curated photos that you will likely never ever see.
by Stephen Urchick •
“Can Digital Media Save Young People’s Lives?” wasn’t just the titular talking point for an Illinois Humanities Council panel discussion.
by John Gamino •
The students here are different. Their average age is thirty-nine. Most of them are women. All live at least 150% below the poverty line.
by Tobi Haslett •
John Neff’s photographs, currently on display at the Renaissance Society, grasp at a strange, wistful history.
by Katherine Jinyi Li •
On a sunny February day, twenty-five UofC students file out of a yellow school bus for a Chicago Studies Program oral history project at the Vivian Carter Apartments.
by Samantha Hobson •
When I first moved downtown, I tried to bike to campus a few times. Unfortunately, I always forget that I am a really sweaty person, and I quickly learned why biking would be a bad idea.
by Christopher Riehle •
What would it be like to have the resources of a management conglomerate arrayed against you? Shane Desautels–a health-literacy instructor, self-described activist, and tenant at TLC’s Flamingo property on the corner of 55th and South Shore Drive–doesn’t have to ask.