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Barber trims a customer's hair inside Bobby Dee's.

Athlete perseveres toward ownership

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
September 8, 2014
Michael Urie performs in “Buyer & Cellar,” the one-man comedy written by playwright Jonathan Tolins.

Talking to himself

By Arts & Culture Editor
May 12, 2014

Creative Writing beset by failed chair search, fewer students

By Assistant Campus Editor
May 12, 2014
The New York Knicks’ small forward Carmelo Anthony played 77 games this season and averaged 27 points and 8 rebounds per game during the final year of his contract.

Money may diminish athletes’ motivation

By Assistant Campus Editor
May 5, 2014
Virtuoso guitarist Ryley Walker has hardcore punk and free jazz roots but in the last five years has expanded to folk music, weaving together an ethereal fingerstyle with organic improvisation. His debut solo album, All Kinds of You, is scheduled for release April 15. 

Noisy roots, new routes

By Arts & Culture Editor
April 7, 2014
Cheryl Faux, sophomore marketing communication major, tweets and monitors the Internet in search of trends she can use in her marketing strategies. 

Featured Artist: Cheryl Faux

By Assistant Campus Editor
March 3, 2014
Waters takes on new SFS position

Waters takes on new SFS position

By Assistant Campus Editor
February 24, 2014
Local artist John John faces racism head on with his

Turning back the clocks

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
February 17, 2014
For the Record

You will always be my Bieby

By Managing Editor
January 27, 2014

Brewing creativity in Chicago

By Emily Ornberg
January 28, 2013
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