Zeff Worley

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Walking Around In the Waiting Room

Now on view at the Renaissance Society, Silke Otto-Knapp's huge canvases are at once imposing, while inviting the viewer into a dreamscape of human figures and natural bodies.

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January 24, 2020

After Eight Decades at OI, Ancient Tablets Return to Iran

The museum says the return is not a “repatriation” because the items were always intended to be returned.

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November 18, 2019

Bird Love Is Forever: UChicago Professor Co-Authors Study on Bird Mates

The report details why male birds continue to display plumage even after mating.

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November 11, 2019

On Humanities Day, Everything Is Everything Becoming Everything

The 39th Annual Humanities Day once again forces us to examine what it means to be us in an age of great technological and social upheaval.

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October 28, 2019

Ramy Youssef Does Ramy Like Only Ramy Can

Doc Films recently hosted an advanced screening and Q&A of "Ramy," the newest Hulu series about a Muslim American navigating his bipartite identity and its moral quandaries.

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April 22, 2019

Presidential Candidate Julián Castro Speaks at IOP

Castro signaled his support for legalizing marijuana and expunging criminal records associated with it, as well as reshaping the criminal justice system as a whole.

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April 17, 2019

At Navy Pier, Bernie Sanders Talks Racial and Economic Justice, Says Years in Chicago “Shaped My Worldview”

“We have begun the political revolution, and now we’re going to complete it.”

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March 3, 2019

"Also on View:" David Maljković Tackles Continuity and Form

The Croatian artist’s "Also on View" brings together an interconnected and referential body of works ranging from video to sculpture.

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February 11, 2019

Chicago Debate Society Discusses Withdrawal of US Forces from Syria

While some members of the CDS took the position that the US involvement lacks just cause, others argued that it was necessary to prevent other major powers from establishing regional hegemony.

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January 25, 2019

Professors Thaler and Sunstein Discuss Nudging and Choice Architects

Booth Professor Richard Thaler and Harvard Law Professor Cass Sunstein discuss the role of institutions as "choice architects" to give people "nudges" in different directions.

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November 20, 2018