Rosemarie Ho


UBallet's "Don Quixote" Enchants With Love and Windmills

Exquisite performances from veterans and newcomers alike -- not to mention an enormous prop windmill -- propelled UBallet's spring show to elegant new heights.


May 17, 2018

Ai Wei Wei Reflects on the Refugee Crisis in “Human Flow”

Artist and activist Ai Wei Wei came to campus for a Q&A and film screening on April 29.


May 7, 2018

"An Enemy of the People" Gets a Disillusioned Revival in the Trump Era

While Ibsen's script can carry itself, director and adapter Robert Falls's interpretation is a few teeth short of a biting critique.


March 29, 2018

Iris's "For Colored Girls" Paints a Poetic Narrative about Trauma and Strength

Iris aims to promote "radically inclusive and socially conscious theater.”


March 14, 2018

"You Got Older" Gets What It's like to Be a Millenial

Clare Barron's play, "You Got Older," produced by Steppenwolf Theatre, depicts the subtleties of millennials' complex problems.


February 26, 2018

Remembering Kim Jong-hyun, Shining Star of K-pop

Jonghyun committed suicide on Monday evening. He was 27.


December 22, 2017

Fourth-year Val Bodurtha Gives History a Remake in Debut Novel

"The History Makers," an alternative history YA novel, hopes to "make 13-year-olds laugh a little and hopefully get them interested in the Aztecs and history.”



November 13, 2017

Aloha Poké Co. Placates as Expected

The new Hyde Park location of the Chicago chain offers a myriad of traditional and non-traditional options for customizable poké bowls.


November 2, 2017

Neubauer Collegium Deconstructs U.S. Imperialism through Architecture

Terrence Gower began "Havana Case Study" almost a decade ago.


October 30, 2017

Karl Ove Knausgaard on Novels and Knowing

Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard visited campus this summer to discuss his latest novel, "Autumn."


September 28, 2017