Perri Wilson


Review: Edward Norton's "Motherless Brooklyn."

Edward Norton’s first feature as writer-director is a well-written, but ultimately unsatisfying, neo-noir detective film with grand aspirations.


November 14, 2019

Fuse or Lose?

We scraped the surface of Hyde Park's fusion food scene, asking all the hard questions as we ate.


October 21, 2019

Dunking the Brush: Visual Arts on Campus

Whether you’re looking to make art or appreciate it, the UChicago campus is brimming with opportunities for you to make happy little accidents.


September 22, 2019

“High Life” Takes the Low Road

Doc Films recently hosted a screening of Claire Denis’s "High Life" as well as a Q&A with the renowned French director.


April 12, 2019

Chicago International Film Festival: Four Promising Films

Four film reviews offer a glimpse into the festival’s wide-ranging selection.


October 22, 2018

Hairy Who? The Art Institute Has the Answer

The Art Institute's fall exhibit is an irreverent retrospective of works from a collective of unorthodox artists.


October 4, 2018

Blue Maroon Bring New Sound to Campus

In just a few short months, the new RSO has performed across campus and built a distinctive, energetic performance style. But their mission is broader: to support for campus musicians of all strokes.


May 10, 2018

What's Up, Doc: Films for Spring Quarter

Doc Films' Spring lineup features two directorial retrospectives, a look at both Canadian and Korean cinema, and a series on loss of identity, among others.


April 2, 2018

"Unthought Environment" Examines the Elements

The Renaissance Society's latest exhibit explores the unexamined surroundings in a multi-media series of installations


February 19, 2018

MAB Hosts a Night of Knee-Slappers and Gluten Rallies

The Major Activities Board's annual comedy showcase featured impressive sets from University and Chicago comedians alike.


January 29, 2018