Protecting America from Americans:
A Photo Essay
A record of October 22, the 6th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation
Student responses continued...
Raise or Get Out
What happens when a writing student goes on assignment at the 2001 World Series of Poker.
Omaha Emotive: An Interview with Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst
SAIC student talks with indie-rock musician at his Chicago appearance.
More Complex than Pop: An interview with Jim O'Rourke
The enigmatic producer talks about the marketplace, audience avoidance and album covers.
War and Work
SAIC graduate students talk about their work in response to (or not in response to) current events.
Life Imitates Art
Chicago galleries adjust planned exhibits due to concerns about recent events.
Water, Water Everywhere
Capsize, first work of new movement theater company Sprung, premieres at Links Hall
Dark City: New Lynchian Noir
David Lynch's Mulholland Drive
From Punk to Funk
Butthole Surfers, Weird Revolution
International Affairs Writes a Wrong:
Pending legislation may affect foreign students
Islamic Scholar Educates Students on the Muslim Faith
Tony Jones Speaks about School Expansion and the Elusive NAB
Students Express Doubt about the new
"War on Terrorism"
Civil Liberties: Collateral Damage of War
F News Question
Transnational Vigilantism and the Politics of Revenge
I Pray in Private
What You Missed
Ask Me: performance installation at G2 October 12-13
Art Thou Aware
Uri Avneri Speaks of Peace in Israel
Intimacy, lifelike replicas, Guggenheim hits Vegas
What does it mean to be alternative?
The Coffee Chronicles: Episode One
Not Your Usual Apocalypse, in which Husky and Starch intersect with the world somewhere near the counter of the Golden Nugget.
Chicago Humanities Festival takes over the listings (and rightfully so)