Lexi Franciszkowicz



"Love Is Blind" Is Blind

“Love Is Blind” may have boasted a subversion of typical reality shows, but instead is inherently a perpetuation of conventional gender dynamics, romance, and success.


April 13, 2020

My America: Immigrant and Refugee Writers Today

The latest exhibition at the American Writers Museum discusses the challenges of immigration experiences, focusing particularly on discovering and embracing identity.


March 6, 2020

Nick Drnaso: From Antique Stores to Man Booker Prize

Cartoonist Nick Drnaso, creator of "Sabrina," the first graphic novel to be nominated for a Booker Prize.


January 29, 2020

Navigating Stillness with Anne Carson

Poet, classicist, and essayist Anne Carson delivers lecture series at UChicago.


December 21, 2019

Who Is Flyboy? Visit His House in Pilsen to Find Out.

Chicago Artist Henbru Brantley's 6,000 square foot installation allows visitors to become part of Flyboy's world, and to help create it.


December 2, 2019

SASA Stages a Romance, and We Fall in Love

SASA's 31st annual show was a reminder why the RSO's events are among UChicago's most anticipated.


April 5, 2018

Underground Collective Delivers Cathartic Winter Showcase

The Underground Collective explored the question of "what keeps you up at night" with performances in a variety of mediums.


March 6, 2018