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Gallery Crawl features film, sculpture, food, vendors, live comedy of the Cultural District

The Cultural District’s quarterly arts and culture event is enthralling but overwhelming.

Romeo & Juliet stays relevant, vibrant

The School of Drama gives the Shakespeare classic a modern twist.

One Night in Beijing whisks students away

One Night in Beijing captivates its audience with a vibrant display of Chinese culture.

Jewelry exhibit sparkles and shines

A new exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History showcases dazzling jewelry.

Arrested Development to return next month

Arrested Development is scheduled to return for its fourth season in late May.

Abumrad offers a science journalist's perspective

Jad Abumrad explores the unexpected benefits of tension in his work as a radio co-host.

A comprehensive movie guide: 2012–13

This list evaluates the top movies of the 2012-13 academic school year for college students.

Advice for awkward people

Veteran advice columnist Patrick Hoskins says goodbye to his readers.

Dollar movie

AB Films presents Students’ Choice weekend with Looper, Zero Dark Thirty, and Mulan.

Did you know?

Did you know that former Vice President Al Gore was the 2008 commencement speaker?


Check out this week’s calendar for things to do in the last week before final exams.

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