Marcella Delaurentiis


RBIM’s eclectic dance showcase sets spring in motion

RBIM's spring show, Journey Through Dance, brings to Mandel Hall diverse dance styles including tap, hip hop, Irish, lyrical, belly dancing, and others not found elsewhere on campus.


May 15, 2009

Goodfellas left out of Gomorrah’s brutal world

Matteo Garrone's Gomorrah offers an intimate look into a world where every day is a struggle for survival.


March 3, 2009

Granger reconciles Rowling and religion

U of C grad John Granger, known as the Hogwarts Professor, weighs in on the complicated symbolism at play in the Harry Potter series.


October 31, 2008

School’s out for weekend—still, scholars fill seats

For the 30th-annual University of Chicago Humanities Day, faculty from more than 21 different departments will present lectures, screen films, and lead discussions answering the broad question of what it means to be human.


October 24, 2008

Salsa, Santería bring Dancing Graves to life

Dancing Graves: The Story of an Afro-Cuban Family on Chicago’s West Side delves into the religious beliefs of the Afro-Cuban population and the growing concerns of a community torn apart by violence.


October 17, 2008