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Ra Gordon is developing his craft at Peter Cottontale's studio in Logan Square.

This 17-year-old producer is cooking hits for big Chicago names

February 11, 2020

Ra Gordon, a 17-year-old producer, made a name for himself by posting leaked music on Instagram and YouTube from Playboi Carti and Pierre Bourne, bringing in more than a million views. But when peopl...

Review: The splendiferous ‘Birds of Prey and Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn’

February 10, 2020

While DC Comics movies have struggled in the past, they have found their footing in "Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn," a seemingly hopeful leap forward into a prom...

The hunt for the unicorn: a search for satisfaction

The hunt for the unicorn: a search for satisfaction

By Jacqueline Luttrell, Photojournalist

February 9, 2020

Nick Cooper, a freshman acting major, said his girlfriend wanted to go unicorn hunting to set up a threesome, which led to their dive into the internet world of hookups in search of someone who was the right...

Owen Clarke, friendship bracelet.

The tokens they carry

February 8, 2020

We all have items close to our hearts, whether they are old stuffed animals we’ve had since we were children, necklaces given to us by significant others or old mixtapes from long-lost loves. Here a...

Get over the distance: research shows long-distance couples just as successful

Get over the distance: research shows long-distance couples just as successful

February 7, 2020

When Katherine Yunek and Trevor McDonald met on the set of a theatre production during their junior year of high school, they had no idea their lives would one day intertwine romantically. Yune...

Menstruation can cramp performance in academia and the workplace

Menstruation can cramp performance in academia and the workplace

By Valeria Mancera-Saavedra, Staff reporter

February 7, 2020

More than 800 million people menstruate everyday, but the word “menstruation” is often still spoken about through whispers. “There’s definitely a stigma. I never felt comfortable, especially ...

Indigo Finamore and Manae Hammond, of Chicago-based power duo Oux, fell in love when they became bandmates.

Close-knit queer DIY music scene serves as experimental space

February 6, 2020

Manae Hammond softly kissed Indigo Finamore’s shoulder, sitting inches away, gazing and smiling as she intently listened to Finamore describe the couple’s dynamic, not only in their relationship but...

Erotic audio content helps followers find their sweet spot without a partner on site

Erotic audio content helps followers find their sweet spot without a partner on site

February 6, 2020

For nearly 30 minutes, the sound of fingers clacking away on a computer keyboard plays on a recording. Every once in a while, a soft male voice comes in, breathing erotically or sometimes offering qui...

A guide to sex for environmental nuts (pun intended)

A guide to sex for environmental nuts (pun intended)

By Alexandra Yetter, Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2020

Shower sex, food play and leather toys may all make for an exciting way to spice up your sex life, but they are also killing the planet. When you really stop to think about it, there are a lot of ways intercours...

Drummer and manager Bridget Stiebris credits the band’s quick success to their single “Holliday” landing on Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist soon after it was released.

The Weekend Run Club takes a trip to the ‘Zoo’

February 1, 2020

Nearly three years ago, Christopher Bryant was selling electronics at Target when he met Joey Resko’s mom and sold her a cellphone. Soon after, Bryant and Resko became friends and began creating m...

Review: Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘goop lab’ has a cure for everything but boredom

January 30, 2020

Heading into the second hour of Netflix’s “the goop lab with Gwyneth Paltrow,” with each episode lasting only 30 minutes, one’s mind begins to wander. Eyes squint and eyebrows furrow—not from disbel...

Members of the Zhejiang Shaoju Opera Theatre troupe wait to perform the

Lunar New Year kicks-off at the Chicago Cultural Center

January 29, 2020

Performers adorned in brightly-colored costumes, ornate headwear and detailed makeup marked the beginning of Chicago’s Lunar New Year festivities at the Chicago Cultural Center. The kick-off event...

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