Angela Qian


The weight of cultural differences

Misdiagnoses of eating disorders can be the result of physicians using a single standard of healthy for all body types.


June 2, 2015

Cute robot can't save Big Hero 6 from clichés

"For all its charms, Big Hero 6 falls somewhat short."


November 14, 2014

Making a memorable Memorial Day weekend in Chicago

All the best from this weekend's festivities


May 23, 2014

A vocal poet experiments with silence in new collection

Louise Glück read works from her latest book of poetry at the Logan Center last Thursday


May 13, 2014

In fair Ida Noyes, HPCP takes a first stab at Shakespeare

The Hyde Park Community Players take on the Bard... with predictably mixed results.


April 25, 2014

The Order of the PhiNix Reunites in Mandel Hall

Dance groups from all over Chicago will join the campus crew this Sunday for its annual spring showcase.


April 11, 2014

Spring Break Forever Books | The Maroon recommends...

Check out our top ten must-read recommendations for your spring break beaching best!


March 6, 2014

Andrew’s Brain, Doctorow’s latest, has its head in the clouds

"Through Andrew we get a picture of the slow, stupid ignorance at the top levels of our society, with individuals everywhere trapped by their weaknesses and secret failures; a post-9/11 trauma-centric America full of aimless, unhappy nihilism, cease…


February 4, 2014

As Suicide Narcissus nears close, poet Console gives eulogy

Poet Cyrus Console brought his sometimes cryptic verse to Cobb Monday night, reading from selections that represented 10 years of work.


December 3, 2013

Twilight saga director censors WikiLeaks

Although Benedict Cumberbatch gives a superb performance as a paranoid, power-hungry Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate, the movie ultimately bears an "eerie resemblance to propaganda."


October 29, 2013