Watching the watchers at the Chicago International Film Festival
Tag: Illinois Institute of Technology
The Chicago Architecture Biennial: Hard to understand but easy to enjoy
You’ll need as much assistance as the CAB provides to fully experience the Cultural Center show.
Shimer College is gone, but the school lives on
The Great Books institution makes a move to North Central College.
A wish list for better walking and biking in the Black Metropolis
Transit advocate Ronnie Matthew Harris wants to eliminate barriers that physically divide Bronzeville.
How a mysterious box of photos sent an Evanston couple halfway around the world
For a quarter century, Jerri Zbiral and Alan Teller have been trying to figure out the identity of the photographer behind images from 1940s India.
Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House may be getting a needed lift
A move to Chicago might be better for Mies van der Rohe’s modernist masterpiece.
Show us your . . . X-Cube
Aspiring inventor Dane Christianson has crafted a mutant Rubik’s Cube with a 3-D printer.
The Third Coast—turning a bunch of stuff that happened into drama
Thomas Dyja’s history of Chicago finds the story line in 30 years of city life.
The Conservative Menace
Is an influx of neocon board members threatening Shimer College’s egalitarian tradition?
You mean this isn’t an NBA feeder school?
The Tribune tells IIT’s student athletes that they’d probably never have made it to the NBA anyway.