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Carlie deserves the six Grammy noms, but this earlier album is also worth a listen.
Now it’s time to place bets on if/when Pritzker will join the distressingly long line of Illinois governors who have ended up in prison.
Vice-President for Student Affairs Patricia Telles-Irvin announced in an email today that there will be several dining renovation projects across campus in the coming weeks.
From Saint Motel and Third Eye Blind to Wiz Khalifa and Smash Mouth, past Dillos have truly had some bops.
Old Crow Medicine Show’s masterpiece “Wagon Wheel” is not country. It is Americana. And it is possibly the best song in the world.
Amen Dunes’ fifth studio album, "Freedom," came out in March of this year to critical acclaim.
The Brooklyn rapper, born Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott, co-founded Pro Era, the hip-hop collective with whom he has toured internationally.
The Los Angeles band, known for gold-certified singles like “My Body” and “Cough Syrup,” has released the albums Young the Giant (2010), Mind Over Matter (2014) and Home of the Strange (2016).
The event is free, and students will be able to tie-dye, make friendship bracelets and slackline.
"Of course it was over-the-top and cheesy and ridiculous, as other reviews will tell you, but that was exactly what I wanted out of it"
California producer TOKiMONSTA, born Jennifer Lee, has collaborated with artists like Jessie Ware, Kelly Rowland, and 2016 Dillo performer Anderson .Paak.
The show, presented with For Members Only, will be at the Riviera Theatre on Friday, May 4.
What better way to prepare for the royal wedding than to watch the teaser trailer for Lifetime’s Meghan and Harry: A Royal Romance?
“Don’t forget to buy your tickets for the next gala in 2168!”
Once an involved CRCitizen who would play Muppet music during her Radiothon shows, Stephanie D’Abruzzo (Comm ‘93) is now a seasoned puppeteer and a regular on Sesame Street.
Keeping an eye out for any of incredibly famous people who will be on campus for CommFest weekend, particularly the “Starry Night” performers on Saturday.
"You have somebody here who wants to help those who are not millionaires. There's no way to say that without sounding like a Jew from Vermont."
Here are five facts about the actor, comedian and relic of your childhood.
It’s 30 hours. 1,800 minutes. 108,000 precious seconds.
Oops, we did it again. With “Mr. Brightside” blaring at full volume and the countless number of pleated miniskirts, the ...
Here are five things you should know about the producer and director.
“Ask me again in Block 9, but right now … sex.”
The Panini Players are the only group on campus that performs Commedia dell'Arte, a type of masked theater in the style of the Italian Renaissance.
The punk rock show is a modern retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice – emphasis on modern.
"When you see these movies and everything on screen it’s all glorified and stuff, but when you someone who’s actually in it, it feels real."
Critic's Choice Award-winning actress, comedian and writer Jenny Slate will perform with actor and producer Gabe Liedman in a stand-up comedy show.
"Dark is not only an exquisite mystery (I cannot stress how many times I literally shrieked in surprise during my binge), but an accurate portrayal of generational curses."
“God never promised me an easy life. If a hurdle comes, I will get it as an opportunity.”
Waithe is the creator and executive producer of the Showtime television show The Chi, a drama series about life on the South Side.
Learn more about the critically-acclaimed opera singer giving the commencement address in June.
You can imagine my excitement over this new installment in the royal family cinematic universe, especially considering Meghan is a fellow Wildcat and wonderful human.
From #MeToo to Fiona the Hippo to Cardi B, 2017 is a year we certainly won't forget.
The immersive show looks into the world of the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893.
Defining Beauty, which shows five young women grappling with body image, will run Nov. 17-18.
Peck spoke about his experiences in the entertainment industry and his Jewish faith.
The Blackout has more than tripled its membership and become a B-status group, leading to more possibilities for its live show.