June Villers

2023 Class


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.”


April 10, 2022


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


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.



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.


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.


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.


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.


November 5, 2018