May Huang

Arts Editor


Frankenstein Sans Dialogue: A Twist on the Classic Story

Frankenstein combines elements of shadow puppetry, live silent film, and stop-motion animation to tell the many layers of the story.


November 15, 2018

J. M. Coetzee on Growing Up, Reading, and the Importance of Doubt

Nobel Prize winning author joined the Neubauer Collegium on Tuesday to deliver an essay on his experience with The Children’s Encyclopedia.


October 15, 2018

Hozier Cried Power at the Riviera Theatre

The "Take me to Church" singer performed at the Riviera Theatre on Friday, September 21.


September 23, 2018

Smart Museum Matches Students With World-Class Art

150 students will have the chance to rent a piece from the "Art to Live With" Collection.


August 29, 2018

Cecilia Vicuña Arms her Art with an Artillery of Words

Poet-In-Residence Cecilia Vicuña plays with language to address topics such as violence and truth in a series of drawings titled "PALABRArmas."


April 9, 2018

58th Annual Folk Festival Plucks Heartstrings in Mandel Hall

The 58th Annual Folk Festival returned to Mandel Hall this year with two concerts and a full day of workshops (with video).


February 15, 2018

Playing with Paint: Lewis Achenbach Tells a Sonic Story

Painter Lewis Achenbach interprets jazz music through visual art.


January 25, 2018




Jan. 26, 2018

Obituary: Willie Pickens

Pickens passed away on December 12 at the age of 86.


December 14, 2017

Gone Shopping: Hyde Park Grocers

The Maroon assesses the strengths and weaknesses of Hyde Park's grocery stores.


November 27, 2017