Caitlin Hubbard


From the Quad to the Kremlin: Exploring Russian Censorship

Marianna Tax Choldin returned to UChicago last week to discuss her memoir, "Garden of Broken Statues: Exploring Censorship in Russia."


January 16, 2017

Pilsen exhibition showcases the beauty of scientific research

"The personality of the researcher acted as a lens for interpreting scientific research, adding a very human aspect to a field that too often gives little opportunity for personal expression."


April 11, 2016

Medea in the Moors: UT Presents By the Bog of Cats

"The 11 actors had great chemistry... they interacted as a disjointed bramble of people who have only each other."


March 4, 2016

Van Gogh Under the Covers at the Art Institute of Chicago

"For a man who long struggled with depression in a world unable to understand him, Van Gogh never sounded happier than when he wrote about his new little yellow house."


February 25, 2016

Black-and-White Morality Colors Lyric Opera’s Nabucco

"The final costuming of these two women blurs the conventional understanding of good and evil, forcing the audience to reconsider the motivations and development of both characters."


January 28, 2016

Spice Up Your Winter This Restaurant Week

"From German to Vietnamese to Caribbean, over 30 different cuisines will be represented across the city, from River North to Wicker Park to the West Loop."


January 21, 2016

The emperor’s new words: Fresh Agamemnon at Court Theatre


November 19, 2015

UT's Krapp's Last Tape explores one man and his past recordings

"We are not given a story of a long happy life coming to a close too soon."


October 26, 2015