Stories by Morgan Lee
The Little Merperson, a queer rewrite of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fable, will run Feb. 23-25
The event was hosted by the Center for African American History, the Department of African American Studies and Campus Inclusion and Community
“What if Benedick was a woman?”
You could technically eat cookies all day every day and still be vegetarian, but you would not receive necessary nutrients and vitamins.
Blow opened by explaining that MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech was a “great American speech, but it is also slightly naive.”
The night of the concert, the group learned that they had placed second in the Shabbat Morning Song category with Shankman’s song “Modeh Ani.”
A series of speeches and workshops will take place throughout the weekend as NUCHR hosts its 15th annual conference.
Both the men's and women's swim teams took first place at the TYR Invitational this past weekend.
Your Reading Week getaway is just one shuttle ride away!
“It balances realism and happiness, which I think is really important when you tell queer stories.”
Dogs and owners alike paraded through the Chicago Botanical Garden as spectators watched happily from the paths and cheered them on.
The Chicago Botanical Garden a great place for amateur gardeners, nature enthusiasts or just any student who needs a peaceful escape.
"It’s everything. Hedwig is everything."
In this production by Tarell Alvin McCraney, creator of Moonlight, human struggles mirror godly counterparts and a young woman fights to find her place.
Can we live on Mars? Will our tears soon produce electricity? NBN explains in this week’s science news.
For one night, a lecture room in Fisk Hall transformed into an arena for drag performers and an oasis for queer students.