June Villers

2023 Class

CONTRIBUTIONS

Netflix’s "The House:" Gorgeously Crafted Yet Predictable

“'The House,' without a doubt, is a gorgeously crafted film.… however, the events of the stories themselves...tend to fall into the old trap of somewhat predictable horror.”

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April 10, 2022

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1:11 p.m.

The Wright Stuff

Grey City explores the 110-year history of Hyde Park's Robie House, designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright

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October 1, 2019

What’s Really Going On: the RevCom Party Outlook

This group’s philosophy has nothing to do with dining hall dust-ups.

FEATURE

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April 16, 2019

The Folk Festival Triumphantly Returns to Mandel Hall

Featuring two nights of live performances and a day of workshops, the event featured a geographically and culturally diverse array of folk musicians and artistry.

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February 25, 2019

UBallet’s Performs Impressive "La Esmeralda" Interpretation

Over the course of the two-hour show, performers danced and pantomimed through scenes and conflicts from Victor Hugo’s original work.

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February 18, 2019

Eve Ewing Discusses Racial Dynamics in Education System

It’s an attitude of “I’m not trying to keep you out, I’m just trying to keep what I have,” said Ewing.

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January 28, 2019

Eve Ewing Shines Spotlight on Race, Education in Latest Book

Ewing's new work examines racial dynamics present in the recent closure of dozens of CPS schools.

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November 5, 2018