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On-campus vegan group to start next fall

Tricia Cathcart

May 31, 2011


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Flexitarian, pescetarian, vegetarian, vegan… We've all heard these dietary alternative terms before, but what do they actually mean?DePaul student Ben Austin aims to further inform students on the facts about cutting meat out of their diets. He's spearheading the idea for a new on-campus group tha...

Chicago’s lakefront opens for summer

Celeste Piraino

May 31, 2011


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Blooming tulips and looming finals can only mean one thing … summer vacation is just around the corner. And to top it off, all of the beaches in Chicago officially opened to the public Friday, May 27, for the Memorial Day opening at 9 a.m. until 9:30 p.m.Since Fullerton Beach is just blocks aw...

Sundance in Chicago

Rafal Nowak

May 5, 2011


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This Saturday May 7 the Sundance Institute, known for their annual Sundance Film Festival, is presenting the first ever Chicago ShortsLab workshop with keynote filmmakers Jared Hess ("Napoleon Dynamite") and Aaron Schneider ("Get Low," "Two Soldiers").Among New York and Los Angeles, Chicago will host...

Pretty in pink, life lessons included

Brianna Kelly

April 11, 2011


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The Theatre School's spring play, "Pinkalicious," is a "pinkerific" musical for all ages.It is about a spunky little girl who's passion for the color pink gets her into a vibrant dilemma. She learns to resist her impulses with the help of her friends and family, who also go on journeys of their own withi...

Lost but not forgotten: Found Footage Festival comes to Chicago’s Music Box Theatre

Tom Conroy

April 11, 2011


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Have you ever found a videotape hidden in someone's basement or attic, popped it in a VCR and been blown away by what you see.Or, have you ever come across an infomercial, a cartoon or an instructional video and just had to share its inadvertent hilarity with your friends.Two high school pals from Wiscon...

Elaboarte sets and heavy substance in ‘The Hot L Baltimore’

Eduardo Sayago

April 11, 2011


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The best thing about going to a play is going with a friend who can observe things I miss (and wish I hadn't missed since I'm playing the role of theatre critic).While I was busy jotting down notes in my journal about one particular scene in act one, my friend Colette saw for a brief second what was ...

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