Daniel Rivera


Big stars, small flicks: films of the summer

Four summer films you probably missed, but shouldn't


October 7, 2014

OLAS celebrates Latin American culture, diversity, and dance

The Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) expresses itself, en vivo.


April 15, 2014

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Feb. 7, 2014

At Midway Studios, Nutting gambles with controversial debut

Alissa Nutting read from her debut novel, Tampa, which has been called a contemporary "gender-swapped Lolita" by critics.


January 31, 2014

Summer movie round-up

You can find all the sequels, blockbusters, and tentpoles yourself. Here’s your guide to this summer’s indie/foreign finest.


May 21, 2013

Latest programming from Netflix lacks bite

Hemlock Grove drops the ball “with little enough punch to make sure it’s fun for no one.”


May 3, 2013

April rain, call it a wash in the theater: Spring movie roundup

Movies so bad they're almost not good (plus Spring Breakers).


April 5, 2013

Director Chan-wook comes of Hollywood age—for what?

Korean filmmaking legend Park Chan-wook's English language debut makes use of an incredible cast in order to subvert the director's usual stylistic thrills.


March 12, 2013

UChicago student body catches on to viral romance

"The Editor," creator of Hyde Park Romances, and "the Webmaster," administrator of UChicago Compliments, explain how their web pages came to be and reveal their own V-Day plans.


February 12, 2013