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Thoughtful Chaos at the Whitney

Thoughtful Chaos at the Whitney

By Emily Conklin, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

The Whitney Museum's latest exhibit takes a look at the 80's without the glamour and idolization of John Hughes films, instead peering at its darker undersides of identity and reality.

Buenos Aires: Professors Provide Post-Election Reassurance

Buenos Aires: Professors Provide Post-Election Reassurance

By Ellen Cooper, Contributing Writer

November 15, 2016


Filed under Abroad, Features

In the wake of the presidential election, one student in Buenos Aires found solace in her professor's words.

Insightful ‘Christodora’ Explores Gay Activism

Insightful ‘Christodora’ Explores Gay Activism

By Khrysgiana Pineda, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2016


Filed under Arts, Books

In a uniquely humanizing story of the residents of the classic New York building the Christodora, novelist Tim Murphy brings the faces of the AIDS crisis into sharp relief.

Financial crisis remains, says expert

Financial crisis remains, says expert

By Olivia Wetzel, Contributing Writer

November 19, 2014


Filed under News

UCLA professor Robert Brenner talks the growing economic inequality and what it means.

Americans will rally together in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Americans will rally together in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

November 5, 2012


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

In the fall of 2011, Sweden’s largest daily newspaper, Aftonbladet, published a series of articles titled “The Decadent America.” Driving from Sallisaw, Okla., to Bakersfield, Calif., along Route 66, journalist Peter Kadhammar visited some of the nation’s most remote locations that remain unnoticed...