Arts & Humanities
An exhibit at the Oriental Institute Museum pairs modern workers with the ancient tools of their trades.
The critical success of the drama Fruitvale Station gives an aspiring producer’s career a boost.
Slavic studies professor Malynne Sternstein guides students through the deep game that is Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.
Visiting novelist Gamal Al Ghitany discusses the state of creativity in Egypt.
Tweeting Orson Welles’s famous radio drama on its 75th anniversary.
Artist Robert Crumb’s jazz trading cards highlight the famous and the forgotten.
At a memorial service for Bernard Sahlins, friends and family recalled the Second City cofounder’s passion for his work, which in recent years included directing staged readings of verse plays for the Poetry Foundation.
As daylight dwindles, cut out paper-bag luminarias inspired by windows on campus to light your way home this winter.