Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of the classic American novel finds stability in Carey Mulligan, and little else.
Memoryhouse literary magazine brings intimacy and honesty to Logan in an evening hosted by 2nd Story.
In KSO’s winter show, two students from different worlds initially clash, but not for long.
Lee brings poetic food for thought to Logan in brown paper bag.
Like an awkward dinner with your family, Court’s new production is often difficult to relate to.
In Cloud Atlas Hanks, Berry, and Sturgess travel to the post-apocalyptic future and back again, as reflected in the film’s run-time.
Twists, turns, and and a bevy of excitement in Hollywood’s latest futuristic yarn, this time starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis.
Rhythmic Bodies in Motion had their annual showcase this past Saturday and Sunday in Mandel Hall.
Chinatown celebrates its centennial with a new exhibit at the Chinese-American Museum.
PhiNix Dance Crew, founded only three years ago, gears up for its first-ever dance showcase.
Kushner’s epic dramatization of America anguish comes to the South Side.
Fraternity lends a helping hand to a good cause through a YouTube benefit concert.
JR Aquino and Mitchell Grey put on well-received concert at I-House.
Though a departure from her usual subjects, Anne Rice’s ‘The Wolf Gift’ is nothing new.
Three fourth-years read excerpts of their award-winning creative work.
Reflections on third-wheeling it.
Combine a Las Vegas carnival of flashy flamingo feathers, an eclectic music festival mashing together hip-hop and jazz trumpets, and Disneyland’s fireworks, and what do you get? Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s iconic American novel….
In Quad Club Revels, University staff and faculty lampoon community and university traditions.
True Story has great tales but poor delivery.
Murakami’s fantasy spins out of control.
The message is clear, and the horrors of war are apparent.
While I, and other fans, may miss the brightly-colored youth that he once was, the 30-year-old Miyavi definitely has not lost his touch.
Like the viewer’s winding passage through the exhibit, Holt’s work is full of growth, both natural and created.