Jad Dahshan


Alia Ali Disturbs the Political Fabric of Borders With Art

The Yemeni-Bosnian-American artist takes apart the inseams of cultural boundaries in a talk hosted by the Arab Student Association.


February 22, 2018

Embodying and Rebodying With Young Joon Kwak

The L.A.-based multidisciplinary artist came to Logan Center to discuss her body of work.


February 19, 2018

Iranian-American Author Stretches The Limits of Whiteness

“Caught in the chasm between formal ethno-racial invisibility and informal hypervisibility, Iranian Americans work, love, and live through a core social paradox.”


February 12, 2018

Transitioning Publics: Gender/Genre-Bending with Chase Joynt

Multimedia artist Chase Joynt explores gender and trans representation in his work.


February 8, 2018

To Publish or Not to Publish: Is That Even a Question?

"The Post" celebrates not only freedom of press, but a single woman's personal success in a male-dominated industry.


January 22, 2018

Portrait of the Artist as an Activist

Artist/activist Syrus Marcus Ware and diversity advocate Precious Brady Davis discussed the meaning and importance of activism.


January 15, 2018

Dearborn and Dearly Worn, New Denim Store Opens on 53rd Street

Dearborn Denim prides itself on sourcing American-made materials and practicing sustainability.



January 11, 2018

Reactions Retrospective

A comprehensive look back on the University's 75th anniversary commemoration weekend.


December 11, 2017

UT Shoots for the Stars and Lands on Neverland

University Theatre closed out its fall season with Peter and the Starcatcher.


December 10, 2017

Synthesis: When Rock Bands Become Symphony Orchestras

Where the incessant sense of urgency permeating the original tracks left the listener feeling pumped yet drained at the end, the remade versions instead leave the listener in awe.


November 21, 2017