Archive for the ‘CULTURE’ Category

Far Away

By Diskord Editors | CULTURE, Poetry & Prose

By Akshat Goel …. to just go. Pack up everything I have. Well, maybe not [&hellip

Victor Pruett

By Alida Miranda-Wolff | CULTURE, Poetry & Prose

By Alida Miranda-Wolff Mornings in the city are cold. The sky bears down on the [&hellip

The Homerathon: Putting the Epic Back in Epic Poetry

The Homerathon: Putting the Epic Back in Epic Poetry

By Michelle T. Lee | Arts, CULTURE, LOCAL, UCHICAGO

By Michelle Lee 15,693 lines. 200 translations. 24 books. 12 movies. Starting 10 p.m. on [&hellip

City

City

By Alida Miranda-Wolff | CULTURE, Poetry & Prose

By Alida Miranda-Wolff There is no window in this room, Only empty echoes.   Winter [&hellip

A Pledge

By Dove | CULTURE, Poetry & Prose

By Dove Leaves are falling. The seasons are changing. I wanna be a punk rocker. [&hellip

China's Middle Class and Democracy: Lessons from a Third Grade Classroom

China’s Middle Class and Democracy: Lessons from a Third Grade Classroom

By Annie Pei | Arts, Asia-Pacific, CULTURE, INTERNATIONAL

  By Annie Pei “Please Vote for Me” exploded onto the documentary scene at Silverdocs [&hellip

Free and Cheap Arts Events for the Chicago Student

Free and Cheap Arts Events for the Chicago Student

By Michelle T. Lee | Arts, CULTURE, LOCAL, UCHICAGO

By Michelle Lee Chicago is a city bursting with art, music, and creative spirit. Unfortunately, [&hellip

Coping

Coping

By Dove | CULTURE, Poetry & Prose

By Dove Woke up to everything pretty and gray. Then stepped out of bed and [&hellip

The Vagina Monologues at UChicago

The Vagina Monologues at UChicago

By Madalyn Frigo | Arts, CULTURE

The atmosphere was very intimate and comfortable, with a variety of ages and sexes within the audience, all there to support a movement that aims to stop violence against women and girls