Community Culture

Few plays in the history of theater have attracted so much attention for their political resonances as much as ancient Greek playwright and statesman Sophocles’s “Antigone.”

Drawing from his 2003 essay “Global Warming and Art” and more recent writings, Adams said his talk is a “reflect(ion) on why I continue to do what I do in the face of potentially catastrophic environmental change.”

“All My Sons,” one of Miller's earliest and most popular plays, perfectly captures his artisty and commentary.

The world of Anna Sui is ever-evolving, consistently arresting and above all, unlike any other.

My sisters have insisted I get an Instagram for years. But I refuse.

“Do you want to get better? Do you want to get better? Do you want to get better, Caroline?”

BethAnn Karmeisool, owner of the S3 Safe Sex Store, said Wednesday the store will close its doors at the end of October.

She said her decision to close the storefront, located on South University Avenue, is a result of her building being sold and the recent decline of in-store sales.

“My own interest in how intersectionality has been taken up, particularly in women’s studies as a field and discipline, is the way that intersectionality gets collapsed into diversity, particularly at universities."

A community of surviving, thriving bacteria and yeasts. Jolly Pumpkin pizza is baked on a sourdough crust, made with a starter that could be 130 years old, has traveled thousands of miles, and changed hands several times. How is this possible?


McDonald is an entertainment powerhouse, and this Thursday, she returns to Hill Auditorium for her sixth concert at the University.