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Vol. # 97, Issue # 18
| March 11, 2013
‘Grate’ expectations for McGaw
Doors close on old campus building to make room for music school By HANNAH BENDER Staff Writer
After Thanksgiving 2013, DePaul University students will finally say goodbye to their favorite “Cheese Grater.” McGaw Hall, which houses the Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (WRD) and Modern Languages departments, as well as the University Center of WritingBased Learning (UCWbL), will begin moving classes out of the building at the end of Fall Quarter in the 2013-2014 academic year at the earliest, according to DePaul Vice President of Facility Operations Robert Janis. McGaw will then be demolished as a part of the 2009 Lincoln Park Master Plan, in order to make way for a School of Music facility. The plan for a new School of Music is currently under design, however, and there is no set time frame to begin the project. Although there is no confirmed demolition date, DePaul University is making pre-construction preparations for the academic departments currently located in the building. Janis said that the move will not
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affect students this year, and that plans for moving have been “pretty wildly known internally … especially within the impacted departments who have been exposed to the detail about the move and planning by their respective department chairs.” Sometime after Thanksgiving, the
UCWbL will move to the second floor of the Arthur J. Schmitt Academic Center. The Modern Languages and Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse departments will relocate to the 3rd and 4th floors of SAC, in the space vacated by the College of Education. “We’re really sad to be losing the floor-to-ceiling windows in McGaw
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Junior Brandon Young in a Big East match-up against St. John’s Jan. 19.
BIG EAST FINAL FAREWELL By JULIEN ZENG Sports Editor The seven Catholic basketball schools called the “Catholic 7” are set to depart from the Big East conference earlier than expected and also retain the Big East name, the two
conferences announced Friday. Originally scheduled to depart in after the 2015 season, the newly formed conference has negotiated its exit starting as soon as July 1. The seven schools – DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, and Villanova – will get to keep the name of the Big East, while the former conference will search for a new name.
classrooms and many of our faculty offices, but excited to be moving closer to our colleagues in other LAS departments and the classrooms in which most of us teach,” said DePaul WRD Professor Peter
In exchange for separation, the conference formerly known as the Big East will receive almost $110 million dollars to be divided between its football schools. The nameless conference could also be renamed as the “America 12.” “I am pleased that this agreement has been reached,” said Big East commissioner Mike Aresco in a statement. “With the long-term well-being of our outstanding institutions and their student-athletes of paramount importance, each group worked through a number of complex issues in an orderly, comprehensive and amicable manner marked by mutual respect. We part ways as friends and colleagues and look forward to the success of both conferences.” However even with the announcement, the Catholic 7/Big East has been busy behind the scenes to form specific details regarding the new conference. Responsibilities for the conference include securing a television deal, recruiting new teams, and technical details such as drafting league bylaws and finding a commissioner. Many of those details have now surfaced based on reports from multiple outlets. Two additional teams, Xavier and Butler, are expected to join the seven other teams. Their additions were rumored from the start, but sources told ESPN that they will be joining the conference. Creighton could also join the See BIG EAST, page 25
See MCGAW, page 3
Typeforce art show
Students featured in typography exhibit. Arts & Life, page 21
Anchors away Titanic replica scheduled to set sail in 2016. Opinions, page 12
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Return of a legend set to sail in 2016
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In this rendering provided by Blue Star Line, the Titanic II is shown cruising at sea. The ship, which Australian billionaire Clive Palmer is planning to build in China, is scheduled to sail in 2016. Palmer said his ambitious plans to launch a copy of the Titanic and sail it across the Atlantic would be a tribute to those who built and backed the original. along Â its Â predecessorâ€™s Â route Â from Â wreck Â and Â this Â is Â just Â inviting Â England Â to Â New Â York. Â more Â of Â it Â in. Â If Â this Â isnâ€™t Â a Â bad Â idea, Â I Â donâ€™t Â Yes, Â I Â know Â the Â tragedy Â was Â know Â what Â is. Â caused Â by Â an Â iceberg Â â€“ Â and Â yes, Â Frankly, Â I Â donâ€™t Â quite Â it Â was Â made Â worse Â by Â inadequate Â Immediately Â on Â the Â heels Â of Â understand Â the Â fascination Â safety Â measures Â onboard Â â€“ Â but Â a Â the Â most Â recent Â Carnival Â Cruise Â everyone Â has Â with Â the Â original Â part Â of Â me Â has Â never Â gotten Â past Â nightmare, Â the Â vacation Â boating Â industry Â has Â come Â up Â with Â another Â I Â think Â bad Â karma Â can Â be Â held Â partially Â re-Â way Â to Â shock Â us. Â sponsible Â for Â the Â 1912 Â wreck Â and Â this Â is Â just Â Sitting Â in Â a Â computer Â lab Â with Â DePaul Â senior Â Sean Â Boswell Â last Â inviting Â more Â of Â it Â in. Â â€? week, Â I Â was Â shown Â a Â headline Â on Â his Â Twitter Â feed Â so Â insane Â we Â GLGQÂśWHYHQXQGHUVWDQGLWDWÂżUVW Titanic Â and Â the Â James Â Cameron Â the Â twisted Â irony Â of Â â€œthe Â worldâ€™s Â â€œLook Â at Â this: Â theyâ€™re Â making Â movie, Â but Â it Â is Â what Â it Â is: Â morbid Â most Â unsinkable Â shipâ€? Â going Â a Â Titanic Â II?â€? curiosity. Â GRZQ KDOIZD\ WKURXJK LWV ÂżUVW â€œHow Â can Â they Â make Â another Â This, Â on Â the Â other Â hand, Â is Â trip. Â movie?â€? downright Â ghoulish. Â I Â feel Â the Â advertising Â just Â â€œI Â donâ€™t Â know. Â It Â doesnâ€™t Â According Â The Â Guardian, Â taunted Â fate Â a Â little Â too Â much, Â yet Â seem Â like Â thereâ€™s Â much Â room Â for Â many Â Â passenger Â areas Â of Â the Â ship, Â now, Â 100 Â years Â later, Â a Â new Â line Â is Â a Â sequel Â â€“ Â oh Â wait, Â itâ€™s Â a Â boat. Â I Â though Â modernized Â for Â safety Â bringing Â fate-Âtempting Â to Â a Â whole Â think Â thatâ€™s Â worse.â€? Â reasons, Â will Â be Â virtually Â identical Â new Â level, Â essentially Â saying Â â€œit Â The Â idea Â of Â making Â a Â second Â to Â the Â original. Â Identical Â aspects Â Â could Â never Â happen Â twice, Â our Â movie Â about Â the Â tragic Â 1912 Â include Â dining Â areas, Â the Â grand Â technology Â is Â foolproof Â now.â€? Â cruise Â voyage Â seemed Â absurd, Â but Â staircase Â and Â the Â class-Âstructured Â 1HZVĂ€DVKWKH\WKRXJKWWKDWWKH it Â came Â to Â mind Â far Â more Â naturally Â cabins Â (remember Â how Â horrible Â ÂżUVWWLPHWRR for Â us Â than Â the Â actual Â story Â behind Â everyone Â said Â steerage Â was?). Iâ€™m Â not Â the Â only Â person Â who Â the Â headline Â â€˜Titanic Â II Â in Â the Â Well Â now Â itâ€™s Â back Â just Â for Â thinks Â this Â way. Â In Â fact, Â I Â couldnâ€™t Â works.â€? fun. Â ÂżQG DQ\RQH DVLGH IURP WKH Australian Â billionaire Â Clive Â Additionally, Â there Â is Â talk Â of Â 3,000-Âplus Â people Â The Â Guardian Â Palmer, Â a Â mining Â tycoon Â and Â passengers Â on Â the Â maiden Â voyage Â reports Â have Â already Â written Â to Â owner Â of Â Blue Â Star Â cruise Â line, Â dressing Â in Â 1912-Âera Â clothing Â to Â request Â tickets Â on Â the Â maiden Â announced Â last Â week Â that Â his Â recreate Â the Â atmosphere Â of Â the Â voyage Â (some Â offering Â up Â to Â a Â company Â has Â commissioned Â a Â ÂżUVWWULS million Â dollars), Â who Â thought Â this Â Chinese Â shipyard Â to Â construct Â a Â This Â is Â where Â Iâ€™m Â going Â to Â was Â smart. Â virtually Â identical Â replica Â of Â the Â draw Â the Â eerie Â line. Â Iâ€™m Â not Â afraid Â â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â a Â bad Â idea Â to Â White Â Star Â Lineâ€™s Â doomed Â vessel. Â to Â go Â on Â the Â record Â saying Â this: Â recreate Â it Â as Â an Â actual Â working Â The Â plan Â is Â to Â sail Â the Â replica Â as Â I Â think Â bad Â karma Â can Â be Â held Â boat,â€? Â said Â Maureen Â Penland, Â a Â a Â luxury Â cruise Â back Â and Â forth Â partially Â responsible Â for Â the Â 1912 Â DePaul Â senior. Â By JESSIE MOLLOY Contributing Writer
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The original Titanic, the White Star Line constructed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, sank on April 15, 1912. â€œIt Â has Â really Â negative Â connotations Â and Â even Â though Â people Â might Â associate Â it Â with Â the Â movie, Â it Â was Â still Â a Â real Â tragedy Â that Â hit Â a Â lot Â of Â people Â very Â hard. Â Itâ€™s Â disrespectful Â and Â the Â whole Â thing Â just Â seems Â appalling Â to Â me.â€? Boswell Â also Â opposes Â the Â recreated Â version Â of Â the Â ill-Âfated Â ship. â€œI Â donâ€™t Â know Â who Â would Â want Â to Â go Â on Â it,â€? Â said Â Boswell. Â â€œItâ€™s Â just Â creepy.â€? I Â couldnâ€™t Â agree Â more. Â While Â I Â hope Â Iâ€™m Â wrong Â about Â the Â bad Â
karma Â â€“ Â and Â modern Â navigational Â equipment Â is Â far Â more Â likely Â to Â help Â avoid Â a Â repeated Â tragedy Â â€“ Â I Â will Â say Â I Â donâ€™t Â think Â the Â venture Â LV JRLQJ WR EH D KXJH ÂżQDQFLDO success Â in Â the Â long Â run. Â I Â think Â once Â the Â novelty Â of Â ÂżQDOO\FRPSOHWLQJWKHÂżUVWYR\DJH of Â the Â Titanic Â wears Â off, Â more Â people Â will Â realize Â how Â weird Â the Â whole Â thing Â is Â and Â stop Â signing Â up Â to Â take Â a Â North Â Atlantic Â cruise Â that Â actually Â passes Â over Â the Â sunken Â remains Â of Â its Â namesake Â â€“ Â at Â least Â I Â hope Â they Â will.
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Sequestration in college and Congress By NATALIA HERNANDEZ Contributing Writer Sequestration Â is Â college-Âlevel Â procrastination Â on Â a Â devastating Â high. Â Â Sequestration Â is Â Adderall, Â Â Red Â Bull Â and Â two Â double-Âshot Â espressos Â the Â morning Â of Â your Â ÂżQDO As Â of Â Friday, Â March Â 1, Â sequestration Â began Â for Â the Â people Â of Â the Â United Â States. The Â sequester Â everyone Â has Â been Â talking Â about Â is Â a Â policy Â by Â Congress Â enacting Â extreme Â federal Â budget Â cuts Â of Â about Â $86 Â billion Â to Â both Â defense Â spending Â and Â across-Âthe-Âboard Â domestic Â programs. Â â€œIâ€™m Â not Â surprised Â at Â this Â new Â sequester, Â nor Â will Â I Â be Â rallying Â behind Â any Â alternative Â plan,â€? Â said Â Segun Â Dent, Â 32, Â a Â computer Â art Â and Â motion Â technology Â student Â at Â DePaul Â University. Â â€œThe Â bickering Â and Â brawling Â of Â the Â government Â overshadows Â an Â ongoing Â process Â that Â is Â akin Â to Â adding Â cheap Â wood Â to Â a Â decaying, Â collapsing Â house, Â instead Â of Â starting Â the Â process Â of Â rebuilding Â from Â the Â foundation.â€? Some Â of Â the Â cuts Â that Â have Â gone Â into Â affect Â are Â $42.7 Â billion Â in Â defense Â cuts, Â $28.7 Â billion Â in Â domestic Â discretionary Â cuts, Â $9.9 Â billion Â in Â Medicare Â cuts Â and Â $4 Â billion Â in Â other Â mandatory Â cuts. These Â cuts Â will Â affect Â military Â operations Â and Â research, Â the Â National Â Institute Â of Â Health, Â The Â Centers Â for Â Disease Â Control Â and Â Prevention, Â border Â security Â and Â immigration Â enforcement, Â airport Â security, Â Head Â Start, Â
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President Barack Obama speaks to the media after Friday's sequester meeting with members of Congress at the White House, March 1, in Washington, D.C. FEMAâ€™s Â disaster Â relief Â budget, Â public Â housing Â support, Â the Â FDA, Â NASA, Â Special Â Education, Â the Â Energy Â Departmentâ€™s Â program, Â the Â National Â Science Â Foundation, Â The Â FBI, Â the Â federal Â prison Â system, Â State Â Department Â diplomatic Â functions, Â Global Â health Â programs, Â the Â Nuclear Â Regulatory Â Commission, Â the Â SEC, Â the Â Holocaust Â Memorial Â Museum, Â The Â Library Â of Â Congress, Â the Â Patewnt Â and Â 7UDGHPDUN RIÂżFH PLOLWDU\ SHUVRQQHO EHQHÂżWV GHOD\HG disability Â payments, Â child Â nutrition Â programs, Â teacher Â and Â student Â loans, Â National Â 3DUN VHUYLFHV IHZHU DLU WUDIÂżF controllers, Â meat Â shortages Â and Â about Â 9,800 Â less Â children Â will Â
UHFHLYHĂ€XYDFFLQHVLQ While Â Congress Â itself Â â€“ Â the Â source Â that Â has Â devised Â these Â heinous Â repercussions Â in Â order Â to Â deal Â with Â their Â own Â mishandlings Â of Â our Â federal Â budget Â â€“ Â will Â not Â be Â suffering Â from Â any Â cuts Â at Â all. Â Now Â isn't Â that Â just Â fascinating? Â Not Â only Â are Â we Â adding Â cheap Â wood Â to Â a Â â€œdecaying, Â collapsing Â home,â€? Â but Â Congress Â has Â instead Â VHW LW RQ ÂżUH DQG KDV GHFLGHG WR take Â all Â of Â the Â wood Â from Â the Â surrounding Â homes Â in Â order Â to Â rebuild Â their Â own Â crumbling Â Frat Â house Â on Â an Â already Â burned Â and Â barren Â plot. Â â€œI Â think Â politicians Â are Â so Â quick Â to Â use Â budget Â cuts Â to Â help Â VROYH RXU ÂżQDQFLDO SUREOHPV itâ€™s Â a Â lot Â more Â complicated Â than Â
that,â€? Â said Â Jackelin Â Herrera, Â 21, Â an Â interactive Â media Â student Â at Â DePaul Â University. Â â€œI Â think Â weâ€™re Â not Â using Â our Â money Â wisely Â or Â just Â focusing Â on Â cutting Â with Â the Â wrong Â mentality. Â We Â should Â be Â thinking Â of Â increasing Â employment, Â not Â constantly Â attacking Â the Â people Â in Â the Â low Â spectrum Â â€“ Â people Â who Â depend Â on Â government Â money.â€? Employment Â in Â the Â U.S. Â job Â market Â has Â recovered Â only Â 5.5 Â million Â of Â the Â 8.7 Â million Â jobs Â lost Â during Â the Â recession Â in Â 2007. Â How Â do Â we Â justify Â this Â in Â the Â context Â of Â the Â Dow Â closing Â in Â at Â a Â record Â high Â of Â 14,296? Wages Â have Â stagnated;Íž Â SHRSOH DUH ORVLQJ WKHLU EHQHÂżWV their Â jobs Â and Â are Â left Â with Â the Â
uncertainty Â in Â having Â their Â way Â of Â life Â completely Â upturned Â by Â what Â seems Â to Â be Â the Â politically Â inept Â leaders Â on Â Capitol Â Hill. Â â€œThese Â cuts Â are Â horribly Â insane,â€? Â said Â Lawrence Â Frateschi, Â a Â DePaul Â economics Â professor, Â as Â reported Â in Â â€œThe Â budget Â blues Â hit Â close Â to Â homeâ€? Â article Â published Â in Â the Â March Â 4 Â issue Â of Â The Â DePaulia. Â â€œWhatâ€™s Â crazy Â is Â that Â the Â Republicans Â are Â even Â missing Â out Â on Â the Â chance Â to Â accomplish Â some Â of Â their Â goals Â â€“ Â they Â passed Â up Â on Â the Â Democratsâ€™ Â offer Â of Â entitlement Â reform, Â which Â may Â have Â the Â most Â logic Â out Â of Â any Â cuts Â â€Ś Â In Â the Â end, Â I Â wonder Â if Â this Â was Â for Â political Â rather Â than Â economical Â goals.â€? In Â The Â DePauliaâ€™s Â constant Â coverage Â of Â the Â sequestration, Â it Â is Â incredibly Â evident Â that Â the Â issue Â grows Â worse Â not Â in Â a Â matter Â of Â years, Â but Â in Â a Â matter Â of Â days. Â These Â days Â which Â political Â leaders Â seem Â to Â vacation Â on, Â as Â was Â the Â case Â with Â the Â weekend Â before Â the Â March Â 1 Â decision Â when Â President Â Barack Â Obama Â was Â photographed Â JROÂżQJ ZLWK 7LJHU :RRGV ZKLOH elected Â members Â of Â Congress Â also Â took Â the Â weekend Â off. Â This Â is Â an Â issue Â our Â government Â has Â had Â months Â to Â deal Â with, Â an Â issue Â that Â is Â not Â just Â a Â one-Âtime Â deal, Â but Â is Â something Â that Â will Â extend Â until Â 2012 Â when Â it Â will Â be Â cut Â from Â $87 Â to Â $92 Â billion Â from Â the Â discretionary Â budget Â every Â year Â for Â a Â total Â of Â $109 Â billion Â â€“ Â an Â issue Â that Â seems Â to Â ignore Â the Â fact Â that Â our Â government Â borrows Â $85 Â billion Â every Â 28 Â days Â and Â and Â one Â that Â Congress Â refuses Â to Â face Â and Â KDQGOH OLNH WKH HOHFWHG RIÂżFLDOV we Â have Â elected Â them Â to Â become. Â Â
Dating culture should become more traditional
By MAX HARKAVY Contributing Writer
Dating Â culture Â has Â changed. Â Â So Â much Â so, Â in Â fact, Â that Â dates Â are Â becoming Â a Â thing Â of Â the Â past. Â Â Asking Â someone Â on Â a Â date Â is Â becoming Â as Â archaic Â as Â the Â drive-Âin Â movie Â â€“ Â they Â are Â still Â out Â there, Â but Â they Â are Â so Â rare Â that Â the Â thought Â of Â going Â to Â one Â hardly Â ever Â crosses Â your Â mind. Â The Â advent Â of Â social Â media Â and Â the Â cell Â phone Â have Â all Â but Â destroyed Â traditional Â courtship. Â Â Being Â with Â someone Â in Â an Â intimate Â capacity Â has Â been Â reduced Â to Â getting Â to Â know Â them Â over Â Facebook Â or Â Twitter Â and Â sending Â them Â a Â text Â at Â 2 Â a.m. Â on Â your Â way Â home Â from Â a Â bar Â asking Â them Â to Â â€œhang Â out.â€? Sure Â there Â are Â still Â people Â out Â there Â that Â ask Â the Â person Â they Â are Â interested Â in Â on Â a Â date, Â but Â they Â are Â surely Â the Â exception. Â Â â€œI Â have Â a Â boyfriend Â now, Â but Â when Â I Â was Â in Â college, Â everyone Â just Â hooked Â up Â with Â each Â other Â all Â the Â time,â€? Â said Â Claudia Â Feldhaus, Â a Â recent Â DePaul Â graduate. Â â€œI Â
GHÂżQLWHO\SUHIHUWKHVWDELOLW\RID committed Â relationship.â€? â€œHooking Â upâ€? Â has Â become Â a Â staple Â of Â our Â generation, Â and Â as Â social Â media Â proliferates, Â there Â may Â be Â no Â end Â to Â it. Â Â Back Â in Â the Â day, Â a Â man Â would Â court Â a Â woman Â by Â taking Â her Â out Â on Â a Â date, Â showing Â her Â a Â nice Â time Â and Â respectfully Â dropping Â her Â off Â at Â home. Â Â â€œDating Â is, Â for Â the Â most Â part, Â better Â than Â just Â â€˜hooking Â up,â€™â€? Â said Â Alvin Â Sandique, Â a Â DePaul Â student. Â Â â€œFor Â me, Â it Â really Â depends Â though. Â Â If Â I Â whole-Â heartedly Â believe Â I Â have Â the Â desire Â to Â make Â something Â more Â out Â of Â it, Â then Â â€˜hooking Â upâ€™ Â with Â a Â girl Â is Â not Â enough Â for Â me. Â Â I Â need Â emotional Â attachment Â on Â some Â level.â€? Today Â you Â may Â meet Â someone Â at Â a Â party, Â ask Â for Â their Â number Â and Â then Â â€œmeet Â upâ€? Â with Â them Â after Â getting Â drunk Â and Â being Â at Â a Â party Â or Â a Â bar. We Â need Â to Â bring Â back Â courtship. Â Â Go Â out Â and Â ask Â someone Â on Â a Â date. Â Â We Â live Â in Â a Â time Â where Â it Â is Â OK Â for Â a Â woman Â to Â ask Â a Â man Â on Â a Â date Â â€“ Â Â so Â ladies, Â donâ€™t Â be Â shy. Â Â Get Â to Â know Â someone Â over Â a Â cup Â of Â coffee, Â go Â
see Â a Â movie, Â get Â dinner Â and Â go Â ice-Â skating. Â Â Just Â anything Â â€“ Â anything Â but Â getting Â someoneâ€™s Â number Â at Â a Â party, Â â€œfriendingâ€? Â them Â on Â Facebook Â and Â simply Â â€œhooking Â upâ€? Â with Â them. Â Â I Â promise Â you, Â whoever Â you Â ask Â will Â be Â so Â appreciative Â that Â you Â want Â to Â get Â to Â know Â them Â on Â a Â more Â personal Â level. Â Â â€œFor Â me, Â if Â a Â guy Â has Â the Â courage Â to Â ask Â me Â on Â a Â date, Â that Â probably Â means Â he Â is Â interested Â in Â who Â I Â am Â as Â a Â person Â rather Â than Â just Â wanting Â me Â for Â my Â appearance,â€? Â said Â Feldhaus. Â Â Emotional Â attachment Â has Â become Â so Â undervalued Â in Â our Â society Â today Â because Â of Â the Â ever-Â increasing Â pace Â of Â everyday Â life. Â Â People Â are Â used Â to Â immediate Â information Â and Â instant Â JUDWLÂżFDWLRQ DQG WDNLQJ WKH WLPH to Â develop Â a Â thorough Â relationship Â with Â someone Â is Â not Â conducive Â to Â this Â lifestyle. So, Â with Â that, Â I Â implore Â you Â to Â slow Â down, Â take Â your Â time Â and Â get Â to Â know Â and Â deeply Â understand Â someone. Â Â The Â emotional Â return Â from Â a Â stable Â relationship Â is Â more Â rewarding Â by Â leaps Â and Â bounds Â than Â multiple Â one-Ânight Â stands, Â
which Â can Â often Â leave Â one Â feeling Â HPSW\DQGXQIXOÂżOOHG â€œIf Â a Â guy Â asked Â me Â on Â a Â date Â in Â person Â rather Â than Â over Â text, Â there Â would Â be Â a Â much Â better Â chance Â I Â would Â say Â yes Â to Â him,â€? Â said Â Jordan Â Harness, Â a Â DePaul Â graduate. Â Â â€œNot Â only Â does Â it Â show Â he Â is Â a Â gentleman, Â but Â it Â makes Â the Â actual Â asking Â out Â more Â personal Â and Â intimate Â â€“ Â thatâ€™s Â a Â big Â plus Â for Â me.â€?
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Required reading: Spring break edition By DIANA DILENGE & ADINA GARNEATA Contributing Writers
One of the best parts of spring break is being able to grab a good book, curl up on the couch and let all the stress of finals fade away as you’re sucked into an exciting adventure. Who says a person has to leave their home to go on vacation? Books are not as expensive as going to Miami, nor will they give you a sunburn, unless you plan to read at the beach. When you enter a bookstore or library, the vast amount of choices can be overwhelming. To your right there’s an aisle of thrilling mysteries about murders and kidnapping. To the left there’s stacks of best sellers from authors that include everything from self-help novels to books by celebrities. Behind you there’s a display of classic novels that you remember reading in high school. It takes time and effort to find the perfect read through the mountain of books. Luckily for those searching for a spring read, we’ve made the job easier for you. Over the past weeks we’ve compiled a list of books from different genres that will satisfy any type of reader. No matter if you want to laugh or cry, we’ve got you covered.
Adina’s picks: “Beautiful Creatures” Author: Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl Genre: Fantasy Ethan Wate is looking forward to the day when he can leave the small Southern town of Gatlin, but everything changes when he meets Lena Duchannes. Ethan is immediately drawn to Lena, who has come to live with her uncle on his isolated, and as people in town like to say, haunted plantation. As Ethan and Lena grow closer to one another, he learns that there is a curse in her family and on her 16th birthday she will be claimed either as a creature of the dark or a creature of the light. Ethan and Lena soon realize that they are part of something greater, and as her birthday approaches so does a dark and terrible force that has the power to destroy everything they’ve ever known. As a person who loves books like “Harry Potter,” “Lord of the Rings” and fantasy in general, believe me when I say that “Beautiful Creatures” has the power to draw readers into the unique and thrilling world of casters. Casters are people with special powers and by the end of the book, you will secretly be wishing that you weren’t so normal. Part of the book’s uniqueness comes from its Southern setting and
the incorporation of Civil War history. The people of Gatlin are not ashamed of their past in the Confederate army, and Ethan and Lena are connected to that past. Other unique elements are funny characters like Ethan’s three aunts who try to raise baby squirrels, the love story between Ethan and Lena, and the ever present question of whether Lena will be dark or light. I read this book when I would take the train home and one time I even completely missed my stop because I couldn’t put it down. So yes, I liked it. “Gone Girl” Author: Gillian Flynn Genre: Mystery, Thriller On the day of his five-year wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne gets a call from his neighbor at work telling him that the front door to his house is wide open. When he gets home, his wife Amy is nowhere to be found. They say that the first 48 hours after a person goes missing are the most important and after two days, the police still have no leads as to where Amy could be. As the search continues, the police and townspeople start to suspect that Nick had something to do with Amy’s disappearance. Amy’s diary entries show that Nick hasn’t been the best husband, but is he really a killer? Time is running out and if Nick can’t find Amy then he is going to have to take the blame. “Gone Girl” is the kind of book that keeps you guessing until the very last page. Just when you think you figured it out, something new happens and you realize you’re back where you started. The story is intense and horrifyingly good. I liked the way that the author wrote it because the reader hears the story from Nick’s side, and at the same time there are diary entries from Amy that she wrote before she went missing. “Gone Girl” reveals the dark side of marriage and the lengths that people will go to get what they want. There is a realness to the characters that makes me believe that this incident could have actually happened in real life. I would highly recommend this book to people who like to be shocked when they read the end of a story.
Diana’s Picks: “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)” Author: Mindy Kaling Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir, Humor, In comedian Mindy Kaling’s literary debut, “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)” she reveals an intimate glimpse into her life through essay form. Kaling shares anecdotes featuring
the life lessons she’s learned from the important and usually hilarious moments of her life. In the 223 pages of the book, Kaling teaches readers how betrayal at The Cheesecake Factory can help you make real friends, how to perform the perfect “Irish Exit” at parties you want to leave and how creating a play about Matt Damon and Ben Affleck with your bestfriend can jumpstart your career. The fast pace of Kaling’s book makes it impossible to put down. However, what makes the book so captivating is its perfect balance of humor and heartfeltness. Kaling is excellent at revealing moments of learning following her stories, such as what she learned from her failed experience as an SNL writer. Although Kaling’s book does include a few “rich people problems” such as a chapter debating how much fame she wants, her slight unawareness doesn’t doesn’t take away from the rest of the book. Overall, reading Kaling’s book feels more like catching up with an old friend than reading another novel by celebrity who thinks they can write. “The Fault in Our Stars” Author: John Green Genre: Fiction, Young Adult John Green’s fourth solo novel “The Fault in Our Stars”, looks at the life Hazel Lancaster, a 16-year-old girl with cancer. The novel begins with Hazel attending a cancer support group where she meets cancer survivor Augustus “Gus” Waters. It’s love at first sight for the pair. Hazel shares her favorite book “An Imperial Afflection” with Gus and after his first read, he becomes just as obsessed as Hazel. Using Gus’ wish from the Genie Foundation, the pair travels to Amsterdam to meet the reclusive author, Peter Van Houten, of the beloved novel so he can answer their questions from the novel. The trip is a disaster with an unreceptive Van Houten, who is not only a recluse but now an alcoholic who has no intention to write again. The pair returns home, where Gus reveals to Hazel that his cancer has returned and he doesn’t have much longer to live. The novel continues as Gus lives out his final days, and ends with a eulogy. Green’s novel is a heartbreaking and inspiring work of young adult literature. He successfully makes a story about cancer, not just about cancer. He perfectly captures the tone and emotions of his teenage characters that gives the novel a feeling of authenticity. The 313 pages of the novel fly by while reading it. “The Fault in Our Stars” really cements Green’s status as the go-to young adult author.
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Khjaf_Zj]YcÚdeha[ck By MIKE HORKY Contributing Writer While I’m sure everyone is going to be on vacation or out partying during spring break, if you find some free time in your busy schedule, I’d recommend checking out these movies:
Dead Man Down (March 8) Niels Arden Oplev (“The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”) returns with this action-thriller starring Colin Farrell, Noomi Rapace and Terrence Howard. While a stellar cast plus an action-packed plot doesn’t usually make for a great film, there’s something about the style presented in the trailer that’s exciting and, above all, fun. It’s a classic revenge tale, so if you’re looking for something original, this might not be the film for you. But Farrell is always a joy to watch onscreen, as is Rapace. And Howard playing a villain is almost too enticing to pass up. Plus Opley showed himself to be a more than capable director with “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo,” and thrillers are nothing new to him. His style is very dark, but he can always keep his audiences interested. This looks to be the start of a good season of action films, and should make us forget all about “A Good Day To Die Hard.”
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (March 15) Is it going to be stupid? Probably. Is it going to be a big awards contender this year? Probably not. Is it going to be a fun movie to see with your friends? I’d say yes. The film revolves around two Las Vegas magicians (Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi) who find themselves loathing one another after years of partnership onstage. In addition, they face a threat from a local street magician (Jim Carrey),
who might put them out of business if they don’t get their act together. It’s a classic buddy comedy flick, but it appears stylishly original. Carell is a great comedic actor, and Buscemi is just a great actor, period. The trailer suggests they have great chemistry, and it would be nice to see them deliver on that. And finally we see Carrey back in the goofy, comedic role he’s notorious for playing. It’ll be refreshing to see two veterans of comedy going head-to-head in what looks like a fun time at the movies. Plus a supporting cast of Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin and James Gandolfini isn’t too bad either. This could be the first good comedy of the year.
From Up On Poppy Hill (March 15) Studio Ghibli has not made a bad film, and this one from Goro and Hayao Miyazaki looks like no exception. Taking place in the aftermath of World War II, it follows the young love story of two teenagers caught up in a generation trying to forget their troubled past. As their love begins to blossom, a dark secret from their past threatens to tear them apart. From the trailer it looks gorgeous, and the story is classic Miyazaki (while the film is directed by Goro, the script is penned by his father Hayao Miyazaki). Studio Ghibli never disappoints, and this film looks like another winner. If it’s playing near you, check it out.
The Place Beyond The Pines (March 29) Derek Cianfrance surprised audiences in 2009 with his bleak love story “Blue Valentine.” It was a beautiful, sad and, above all, a powerful portrait of a marriage slowly crumbling as time progresses. In his new film, he teams up with “Blue Valentine” star Ryan Gosling, and boy does it look good. Focusing on a motorcycle rider (Gosling), the film explores his
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Noomi Rapace, left, and Colin Farrell in a scene from "Dead Man Down," hitting theaters March 8. decision to commit a crime in order to support his family, only to find himself under the watch of a policeman (Bradley Cooper), locking them in a rivalry that could put both their families in danger. The trailer looks thrilling and exciting, and Cianfrance has proven himself to be a very capable director. The cast is also includesGosling, Cooper, Ray Liotta, Rose Byrne, Eva Mendes and Bruce Greenwood. It’s stylish, edgy and looks like a satisfying start to the good movie season ahead.
Room 237 (March 27)
Kubrick’s horror masterpiece “The Shining,” but takes a clever approach to its subject matter. It doesn’t just talk about the craft of the film – it discusses the hidden messages and themes that many believe are present in this classic film. It takes the words of many scholars, theorists and film enthusiasts who believe they have cracked the true meaning of Kubrick’s “The Shining.” It seems like an interesting concept, and the early reviews are astoundingly good. While documentaries aren’t very popular, this seems like a cool, provocative one to check out.
This documentary follows Stanley
Not stoked for 'Stoker,' disappointing new release
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Matthew Goode, left, Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska, right, in a scene from "Stoker." By EMMA RUBENSTEIN Staff Writer Chan-wook Park’s newest film “Stoker” is visually stunning, but lacks the kind of gratification and gusto that makes a movie worth the trip to the theater. Though an all-star cast backs the film, commendable actors cannot save it from an incoherent storyline, awkward pacing, and a lack of heart. “Stoker” follows the story of a young girl named India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska) who loses her father to a horrible accident.
In the wake of her father’s death, India is left to live with her mother (Nicole Kidman), but soon they are joined by her father’s long lost brother named Charlie (Matthew Goode). The longer India’s uncle stays in the house, the more her world is transformed, leading her to discoveries and happenings that she never could have imagined. Though it is apparent that Wasikowska is trying not to drown in the incoherencies within the film, she is, perhaps, the one redeeming aspect of it. Her performance is graceful and intriguing;; she manages to mold
an interesting and believable character that is self-sufficient and enjoyable despite an uninspiring film. She possesses an ethereal quality that is both chilling and absorbing. While Wasikowska shined, Goode’s villainous role fell flat. His performance was indecisive, choppy and simply not well- rounded enough to foster an effective character. Even the evilest of villains possess some past, though Charlie’s seemed forced and one-dimensional. His character is disturbingly malicious, though it seems to stem from nowhere, leaving
the audience in ineffective and upsetting confusion. Kidman’s performance is similarly lackluster. It is unclear whether the audience is supposed to like her or not, though this dichotomy seems unintentional and confusing rather than purposefully muddled. Her performance is far too hesitant to satisfy an audience;; it leaves them to have to draw the conclusions in all of the areas that they should not have to. The overall onslaught of maliciousness in “Stoker” is too much to take. Some movies choose to overwhelm their
audience with malice and do it pointedly and masterfully. In this case, though, it seems unintentional and awkward. The film tackles taboo themes and ventures into dangerous territories, which becomes almost offensive when it is not backed up with a thoughtful and meaningful film. Though it does not excuse a poor movie, “Stoker” does possess some truly beautiful cinematography. It is unique, quirky and fascinating, though it is never distracting. While the content of the film is lacking, Park still manages to provide his audience with a film that is visually appealing and engrossing. While “Stoker” does have its moments, its overall effect is simultaneously sloppy and tedious. With stellar actors and the beginnings of some peculiar ideas, it possesses immense room for potential but uses none of it properly. There is too much and too little going on at the same time, which cultivates a film that is both technically and intuitively poor. While “Stoker” does redeem itself in some ways, in this case your money is better spent somewhere else.
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With Netflix's success of the new streaming-only 'House of Cards,' what's next for cable? By NATHAN WEISMAN Contributing Writer The way we consume media is constantly changing and evolving. From the radio to movies, and from movies to television and the Internet, the way we are exposed to entertainment is ever-evolving to fit into our lives. With the success of the Netflix original series, House of Cards, it seems the way we get media is about to
change again. As cable networks are starting to move online through sites like Hulu and HBOgo, they have become less willing to license their content to Netflix and other online distributors. To keep their subscribers Netflix, as well as Amazon have started to produce their own shows such as “House of Cards.” “House of Cards,” which stars Kevin Spacey as a bloodthirsty politician, premiered on Netflix on February 1. Instead
of only releasing a single episode at a time like a traditional television series, Netflix chose to release all thirteen episodes of the first season at the same time. The choice to release the season all at once was based on information gathered by Netflix on the viewing behavior of its customers. Netflix tracks all manner information about customers, ranging from what shows are popular to when costumers pause or watch several episodes of a show in a row. The company has used
this information to try and improve their service for customers by implementing features such as auto play, a feature that automatically starts the next episode of a show. Netflix created “House of Cards” largely based off of the data they had collected, in particular these three points: people like David Fincher, people like Kevin Spacey, and people liked the British version of “House of Cards.” Netflix’s approach to creating original content is uniquely formed to fit their business as a subscription service. Since they make their money by attracting and retaining subscribers, not advertising, Netflix is interested in a different set of numbers then regular television. The success of “House of Cards” for Netflix will be marked on how many people watch the show on a timeline of a fiscal quarter or perhaps years rather than how many people tune in each week. Moving forward from the success of the first season of “House of Cards,” Netflix is bringing back “Arrested Development” for a fourth season. Originally aired on Fox but canceled after three seasons, “Arrested Development” has retained a strong cult following on Netflix which streams all the original seasons. Netflix plans on releasing the whole forth season of the show at the same time later this year. In addition to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon have also started making original content. Amazon has turned to its customers in helping create content for Amazon Studios, their production company. Amazon users can submit show ideas to Amazon studios if selected can receive $10,000 to develop the show, and another $50,000 if Amazon puts the show into production Amazon studios is currently looking for comedy series and original children’s programming.
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Another one bites the dust
All good things must come to an end, even your favorite TV shows — get ready to set your DVR one last time By TAYLOR HOLT Contributing Writer If saying goodbye to Jerry from "Seinfeld" or Cory and Topanga from “Boy Meets World” or the star of your favorite TV show you loved and grew up with wasn’t enough, the never-ending cycle of goodbyes is continuing on this year. The TV shows that have been around for a good five, 10 or maybe even more years are now coming to a close with final seasons. NBC’s “The Office,” The CW’s “90210” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are just a few of the TV series that have or will be wrapping up their seasons for good in 2013. For some of the cable TV series viewers, the recent announcement of these endings is a good thing. For others, it is a rather sad time. A total of 64 shows are ending or being cancelled for the 2012-2013 season. The list of television series includes the “Secret Life of the American Teenager,” “Gossip Girl,” “The Office,” “Breaking Bad,” “90210,” NBC’s “30 Rock,” Fox’s “Fringe,” Showtime’s “Weeds” and MTV's “Jersey Shore.” The reasons behind these shows wrapping up their seasons ranged from low ratings/viewings to actors and actresses going down another path in their careers. The ending of the longtime TV series is paving the way for new shows to make their mark in the entertainment world. “The networks will keep cancelling TV shows just as surely as they'll keep introducing new ones,” said the TV Series Finale News website in a recent article. The endings of very popular TV shows like “The Office” and “Jersey Shore” are upsetting to their top viewers most of all. After nine seasons, “The Office” is officially ending in May 2013. This sitcom starring Steve Carell, about a group of employees in an office setting, was NBC’s highest rated scripted series. “I’ve only watched one or two episodes of the show but I know a few people who are really upset about it ending,” said Reonna Taylor, a student at Illinois State University. Another highly ranked TV show that recently ended after six seasons was “Gossip Girl.“ The drama-filled show about a group of teenagers living in Manhattan ended its season with an unexpected twist leaving some fans wanting more but some quite satisfied. “I think it was time for the show to end,” said Jace Ross, a student from the Chicago area. With these once very popular shows being cancelled, it seemed like an odd thing for some people but, realistically, no show can go on forever. “It’s great to move on and do something different,” said Leighton Meester, one of the “Gossip Girl” cast members in an Us Weekly article.
However, for some shows, many viewers thought these endings weren’t such a bad thing. The most recent announcement of the show “90210” ending was not a surprise to many people nor was it a big deal. “I didn’t even know new episodes of the show were currently still airing,” said Ryan Ashley, a Chicago resident. For the highly rated reality show “Jersey Shore” based on six Italian- American adults living in New Jersey, it wasn’t a personal television series favorite and after its final season in 2012, some people thought it never even should have went on for as long as it did. “I used to watch it but after the first three seasons, I was just over it,” said Ashley. Although the show seemed to be a hit, which is the reason why it went on for six seasons, the entertainment gradually started to get old. The same went for a number of television shows like “Secret Life of the American Teenager,” which is ending this year. According to WetPaint Entertainment’s website, the shows that will be missed most were Gossip Girl, followed by the Secret Life of the American Teenager and Jersey Shore. The least missed shows were “30 Rock” and Showtime’s “Weeds.” As for the rumors about “Grey’s Anatomy“ going off the air after this season, speculation is still in the air. In the midst of its ninth season, the show about a group of doctors and interns balancing personal and professional life doesn’t seem to get old. Whether or not this will be the last season has not been announced, all we can do is wait to see. There is always talk about shows that should or shouldn’t have been taken off the air, but this doesn’t seem to be one of them. On the other hand with ratings down a considerable amount from its first season, American Idol is one of the shows that people believe should have ended a long time ago. Currently airing is the show’s 12th season, but some viewers still aren’t pleased with the transformation of the show over the years. This week the show had fewer viewers in the 18-49 age demographic than Modern Family on ABC, according to Forbes Magazine. “I only watch it for the auditions”, said Ashley. According to Complex Magazine’s website, a number of shows along with American Idol should have went off the air a while ago. The Simpsons at number one, followed by Jersey Shore, Toddlers and Tiaras, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Teen Mom and the list goes on. Yes, the days of watching wholesome TV shows has changed with the interests in modern day pop culture. Whether the goodbyes come too early, right on time or are past due, the ongoing cycle will continue in trying to please viewers.
Breaking Bad, 2008 - 2013
90210, 2008 - 2013
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Weeds, 2005 - 2012
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Jersey Shore, 2009 - 2012
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DePaul STA Typeforce debut By AMANDA DRISCOLL Copy Editor The opening ceremony for Typeforce 4, the annual showcase of emerging typographic artists and designers in the Chicago area was held Friday, March 1. Previous Typeforce events have included artists like Rick Valicenti from Chicago-based design firm 3st and former DePaul professor and alumni Jeremiah Chiu. This year, a group of seven graphic design students and Professor Chris Kalis from DePaul were also showcased at Typeforce. Together they created a typography piece that invited guests to also be a part of the show. "We were really really lucky to have a great initial idea by two students, Julia Simplicio
and Samantha Rangel," said recent DePaul grad, Constantine Pitstilos. "We looked at Typeforce entrees in the past, and they came up with the idea of having our piece start with nothing, and throughout the night it will reveal itself with help from the guests." The group created a piece comprising hundreds of black lines against a white background. Some of the lines were longer than others, with some creating a "dotted-line" effect against the stark white backdrop. However, the piece was still incomplete without the help of guests at Typeforce. Those willing to participate were instructed to place pieces of blue masking tape on the dotted lines throughout the piece. "At the beginning of the show, our piece looked like nothing more than lines on a wall," said Samantha Rangel, an advertising senior. "Throughout the night,
as people added more and more tape, it came together beautifully into a life-sized phrase." The designers chose a famous double-negative quote by Stephen Hawking: "Nothing cannot exist forever." Katherine Brown, a senior graphic design major explains the meaning behind Hawking's quote. "I loved the quote we chose because I love the idea that the absence of something cannot last for ever," said Brown. "Something must eventually exist. That was exactly what our project was about, it couldn't be left blank forever." To participate in this event, designers were specifically selected. Designers had to submit work to Firebelly Design and be a chosen participate in order to have their work displayed at Typeforce. "Overall, Typeforce has been
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LEFT: Typeforce 4 patron walking in front of DePaul STA's piece "Type by Tape." RIGHT: Guests at opening reception. the first major project where all the members of STA have collaborated and contributed," said Reo Leung, a junior graphic design major. "It was incredible to hear, when they announced the chosen participants, that our submission had been selected. Not only had we been selected, but we were the only university graphic design student chapter in the entire show! So when it got around to opening night, seeing our finished piece in the gallery was an extremely surreal and humbling experience." In addition to the project made by members of the DePaul Society of Typographic Arts (STA), there are also a multitude of
other interactive and stimulating projects displayed at Typeforce 4. Notable contributors include work from Slightly Offensive Chicago Posters, CMYKittens and Double Blind. The exhibition will run through Friday, March 15 from 6-10 p.m. Typeforce is located at The Co-Prosperity Sphere in Bridgeport on 3219 South Morgan Street. To visit the gallery, you can take the Halsted bus south to 31st and walk to Morgan Street, or take the orange line to Halsted. It may be a lengthy trip, but the ingenious design by DePaul students and other notable Chicago artists make the trip more than worthwhile.
Major Lazer brings high energy night to the Congress
By ROBERT MARTIN Contributing Writer
Chicago’s Congress Theater has become a beacon for the seemingly endless supply of high profile EDM tours currently traversing North America. The massive venue is grimy, unkempt, and unquestionably wild when nearly 3,000 fans turned up. Such was the case Saturday night when Diplo brought his merry gang of Major Lazer to the city for a night of sheer dance pandemonium. The outfit, originally a collaboration between Diplo and producer Switch has seen a lineup change in the last year with the departure of the latter. Thankfully, none of the high-octane madness of the live show has been lost. After an eclectic mix of openers that most notably included east coast trap stars “Gents and Jawns,” the Philly producer promptly took the stage at 11 p.m. alongside hype men and collaborators Walshy Fire and Jillionaire. A heavily MC’d experience, Diplo and his crew quickly took to the crowd passing out dozens of vuvuzelas while a pair
of dancers clad in “Free The Universe” skirts juked like this was the end. Moments later as the producer's bouncey beat kicked into overdrive, a series of on stage cannons fired round after round. It was a truly visceral experience that few EDM shows, despite all their lights and grandeur, can replicate. Diplo is an artist who demands his audience be every bit as invested in the performance as he is, and Major Lazer’s live set is a relentless testament of that attitude. Even as the adrenaline rush of the show’s kickoff began to pass, the black tied DJ and Walshy Fire were readily crawling into man sized hamster balls to attack the crowd head on, a note taken from Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne who’s been climbing over fans in the ball for years. Beyond the theatrics, Diplo managed to spin an immaculate set that spanned the last year of his busy career while still teasing at the future with samplings of the next Major Lazer record “Free the Universe,” due out April 15 on the Mad Decent label. Among the new tracks came the jumpy “Bubble Butt,” including features
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Crowd for Major Lazer at The Congress Theater, Saturday, March 2. from Bruno Mars and Tyga. The song shows somewhat of a new direction for the Major Lazer project;; whose last long runner was full of foreign supporting artists Diplo discovered in his many ventures through the Jamaican dancehall scene. That influence was certainly not lost
on Saturday night, as many of the bigger audience reactions came to classics like “Pon De Floor” and “Hold the Line.” Closing out the night, Diplo tugged at the heartstrings, dropping three variants of single “Get Free,” a slow-rolling reggae jam featuring crooner
Amber Coffman of “The Dirty Projectors.” The wishful song sets a different pace from the body rocking beats that characterized the rest of the night. Waving “Free the Universe” flags, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire brought the crowd down peacefully from a joyful and sweaty high.
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Ebony Fashion Fair brings glamour to Chicago History Museum By KELSEY KENNEDY Contributing Writer If someone was to tell you that the vintage designs of Valentino, Dior, Halston, Carolina Herrera, Vivienne Westwood, Yves Saint Laurent, Emilio Pucci, Missoni, Oscar de la Renta and Christian Lacoix (just to name a few) would all be on display under the same roof, one would usually think this fashion Mecca would be taking place in Paris or even New York at best, but that’s not the case. The Chicago History Museum will be housing all of these magnificent designs for the Ebony Fashion Fair from March 16, 2013, until Jan. 5, 2014. Ebony is a monthly magazine that targets the African-American market and was created in Chicago in 1945 by John H. Jonson. The magazine has had many famous faces grace its cover including Zoe Saldana, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Tyler Perry and even Barack Obama. To celebrate the many years Ebony has been involved in the fashion world, the publication is bringing itopop7kl,mhklu7k,s fair back to their home base of Chicago. The Ebony Fashion Fair began in 1958, traveling around the country showcasing years of Ebony history. “Chicago was a launch-pad for a nationally traveling fashion show that showcased how fashion
became a vehicle for African- American empowerment, pride, and achievement,” said Nicholas Glenn, communications coordinator for the Chicago History Museum. The Ebony Fashion Fair is a monumental event for the Chicago History Museum. “This will be the largest special exhibition in the Museum’s 150- year history,” said Glenn. The exhibition curators are Joy Bivins, a former Exhibition Developer, and Virginia Heaven, a Columbia College Chicago Fashion Professor. Bivins and Heaven collaborated on the exhibition and chose the most unique garments to best represent the world of Ebony Fashion. “We reached out to Johnson Publishing Company and they allowed us to access their Ebony Fashion Fair fashion archive. We then chose 67 of the most significant garments,” said Glenn. These 67 garments that were handpicked will be the focus of the exhibition. Bivins and Heaven want guests of the museum to get the full Ebony experience when arriving at the exhibit and to help ensure this is the case, guests will be greeted with a red carpet when entering the fashion exhibition. Bivins told the Chicago History Museum that, “We hope visitors will have the impression of attending an exclusive event that was put together just for them where they will be wowed
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by fantastic garments and a powerful American story.” After walking the red carpet, guests will see that the exhibition is broken up into three parts to help tell the story of Ebony’s fashion history. The first section is entitled “Vision,” and it will feature 30 outfits from the 20th century that will include designers such as Givenchy and Christian LaCoix. The second section of the exhibition is entitled “Innovation,” this section will praise the bold designs and fashion forward looks from designers such as Emilio Pucci. Finally, the last section of this
exhibition, entitled “Power,” will feature almost twenty of the most glamour’s looks from Ebony’s fashion archives. This “Power” finale will feature designs from Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Halston, Lagerfeld, and Dior. Heaven told the Chicago History Museum that picking out the perfect ensembles to feature in the exhibit wasn’t an easy task. “As we selected ensembles our challenge was not what to include, but what to leave out when presented with a collection that resembled a pirate’s booty of extraordinary fashion significance,” said Heaven. The Chicago History Museum will kick off the exhibit, Inspiring
Beauty, 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair, on March 15, 2013, with a black tie gala. Tickets to the costume ball are $1,000 per ticket and guests will have a first look at the exhibition as well as special designer garments that will only be on display for the gala. Luckily for DePaul students we don’t have to spend $1,000 and attend a gala just to get a glimpse of these fashion archives as the Chicago History Museum offers free admission for all current students. So take a break from finals and head to the Chicago History Museum to get inspired from the vintage fashions.
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Paris Fashion Week By KRISTEN GOLDSTEIN Contributing Writer For the last month we’ve gotten a look at what fashion will look like this coming fall, and the style preview, that each season takes us all over the world, ended last week in Paris. With shows from McCartney, Marant, and McQueen, the city of lights brings out the most historic of design houses and some of the most talented names. Louis Vuitton brought out the big guns with Kate Moss, Saint Laurent’s newly found grunge sensibility got people talking, and Chanel’s show literally circled the globe, but here’s five more collections held during the final week of fashion’s most celebrated season:
consisted of chubby fur coats in a multi-colored marbled swirl pattern paired with velvet lace pants – two pieces definitely worth talking about. Overall, the fall showing from Balenciaga’s newest head designer proved to be a strong start, and this new era is being written about with optimism by even the most cynical of style critics.
Celine After Celine’s show, the headline on Vogue’s homepage read “Simply Perfect: Celine Fall 2013”, a bold statement sure, but one not too far off from the truth. It mostly has to do with the fact that when viewing this collection ,the immediate impact is how not only is it sophisticated, but it looks completely comfortable – a combination not always guaranteed from design favorites. Dresses of melton wool with imitation-sleeve tied knots, and bulky knits paired on top of swingy, over-the-knee skirts were looks that appeared as cozy as they did fashionable. Soft yellow, pink, and cream were prominent colors and with the exception of a red plaid segment, print was kept out of the collection. Lastly, look for rounded shoulders and oversize lapels on outerwear this fall, two cuts from designer Phoebe Philo that will definitely be influencing brands all over.
Fashion lovers and fashion elite alike waited with baited breath to see what exactly design superstar Alex Wang would come up with for his first collection at Balenciaga. The final result was created in a black and white palette, and the styling was kept simple and clean, with most of the focus on construction and tailoring as looks were left with very little accessories or embellishment. Tops, coats, and vests were cut from curved lines that created a voluminous, yet stiff silhouette. Hemlines on dresses and skirts Chloe were kept modest and short, To follow, Chloe’s lead for while tops were often cropped, Fall 2013 means well-tailored and layered under cocoon coats. skirts and dresses paired with The show’s last two ensembles crisp collared shirts, completed
with a knee-length wool coat or cape to create a look full of 1970s nostalgia. Or it means a sleeveless white shift dress layered under gold wire netting formed in the silhouette of a tee- shirt dress. Or it could also mean a dove gray fur coat complete with a wool collar. Better yet, Chloe’s vision for fall is all three. The completely wearable collection felt very British (not a shock as designer Clare Waight Keller is a Brit, herself) with its subdued color palette and tweed, and of course the leather oxford ankle boots making the U.K. sensibility even more apparent. In the accessories department, very little was done apart from Photos courtesy of AP handbags, which for Chloe, is really all that is necessary. LEFT: Final walk from the Celine show. Mustard and teal leather purses, ABOVE: A look from Dior A/W 2013. as well as crocodile satchels are sure to be contenders for the next was a prominent print at Dior. It ruffle skirts. An all-over rose it-bag. was used most memorably when print constructed panels on the styled as a bodice and paired with shoulders of plaid button-downs Christian Dior draped, calf-length skirts. Still, and an eye-catching design of It was an artistic affair at the biggest story is the Warhol vibrant yellows and oranges Christian Dior as designer Raf prints of his painted flowers and brightened up pencil skirts. Simons had models wearing shoes, so it will be interesting Floor-length, see-through skirts garments featuring prints of Andy to see if the pop art icon starts made of white netting with floral Warhol’s early work, walking getting more press for his other embroidery ended the show on on clouds in a venue where a work thanks to the house of Dior a high note, whilst the coats and bright blue sky was projected off come fall. jackets of the fall collection are of giant, silver spheres. Fuller definite standouts. The mixing of silhouettes were created with Givenchy materials to create puffer coats, baggy suit pants and rounded Ricardo Tisci’s latest for biker jackets, and toggle-fastened hips on coatdresses, and the Givenchy is so full of design coatdresses will make for an even typical 1950s aesthetic will elements it takes a number of wider variety in outerwear, but please Dior devotees. Simon’s look-throughs to catch all of that isn’t a new design technique. palette was kept to neutrals, them. The collection featured However, if the deconstructed although a bright red coat with boucle and leather biker jackets peplum effect that ran through an oversized tie at the collar was paired with sheer black skirts, the collection becomes a staple a brilliant interruption. Besides as well as Bambi-esque deer next season, Mr. Tisci deserves the Warhol graphics, houndstooth printed sweatshirts and tiered all the credit.
Online exclusive: Gaslight Anthem review
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Brian Fallon, lead singer of The Gaslight Anthem at The Rivera Theatre, March 1. Visit depauliaonline.com to read a review and see more photos from the show.
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“SPINNING FRESH BEATS SINCE 1581” Graphic by MAX KLEINER | The DePaulia
By DEPAULIA STAFF It's the last issue of winter quarter, so The DePaulia staff has put together a list of our favorite songs to put on while studying. If you get all As on your finals, you're welcome. 1. Michael, Managing Editor: “Your Woman” - White Town Break out those laptops and sharpen your pencils, but before you start cramming for finals, check out this song I rediscovered last week when burning the midnight oil. A catchy, yet remarkably laid-back beat layered with the British-tinged vocals of White Town helps take the edge off an otherwise stressful and sleepless time. You’ll find
yourself singing along ‘Why did you play me this way?’ when confronted by a particularly hard math problem or the blank pages of a long final essay. 2. Courtney, Arts & Life Editor: “Comin' Home” - Murder By Death When studying or doing homework, I need music that's pretty loud and not mellow at all, so enter Murder By Death. Lead singer Adam Turla has a voice reminiscent of Johnny Cash mixed with the frantic strings on the opening track from the 2008 album "Red of Tooth and Claw." The song builds in way that makes you want to like, get all of your work done as soon as possible. 3. Lynsey, Nation & World
Editor: “Let it Be” - Blackmill Typically when I study I need music that doesn’t have a lot of lyrics. Unfortunately, that often leaves me with classical piano that makes sleep sound like a great idea. This song, however, is upbeat enough to keep me awake yet not as heavy as other dubstep. Blackmill is self-described as “melodic dubstep,” which I, a music novice, would describe as beautifully entrancing instrumental magic. 4. Amanda, Copy Editor: “Swansea” - Bombay Bicycle Club Reining from London, England, BBC has a unique sound that never disappoints. Off their sophomore album “Flaws”
released in 2010, “Swansea” is a must-have while studying. Simplistic acoustic strumming behind lead singer Jack Steadman’s soothing vocals and accompanying harmonies make “Swansea” incredibly relaxing. The lack of heavy percussion and lines like “And watch while the freight trains pound into the wild, wild night” combine to create the perfect addition to nights at the library. 5. David, Assistant Sports Editor: “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” - Stevie Wonder What is studying? Boring. What is Stevie Wonder? Fun! There’s almost no better way to boost your morale during finals week than to blast this classic in
the background, an upbeat song that would make Tom Thibodeau smile. And the best part is that once you’re done studying, you can sing it to yourself…”signed, sealed, delivered, I’m DONE.” 6. Summer, Copy Editor: “There There” - Radiohead Radiohead is my default homework/studying music. “There There,” off of album “Hail to the Thief,” takes the mind on a journey into those frightening thoughts carved in our minds. From the pulsating drum and electric guitar rhythm to lead singer Thom Yorke’s heartbeat-raising, drifting falsetto telling you “just ’cause you feel it doesn’t mean it’s there”– sounds just like how much progress I’ve made on this paper.
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39. Irish dog breed 42. Neatened 44. White House staffer 45. Excess drug intake 46. Care for 47. Confined, with "up" 48. PC alternative 49. History chapters DOWN 1. Taj Mahal city 2. Oaf 3. Decapitated 4. Supremely spooky 5. Buttonhole, e.g. 6. Swine 7. Theory of relativity physicist 8. Red Cross supply 9. Galway Bay's ___ Islands 10. Lady's man 11. Cultural pursuits
14. Carry 18. Furnace fuel 21. Scatter 22. Summer Games org. 23. Downtown area 24. Haphazardly 25. More exquisite 26. Roadhouse 27. Chinese food additive 29. Detective's assignment 30. Copy 33. Go around 34. Listen to 36. Red light 37. Honey bunch? 38. Yemen port 39. On ___ (without a contract) 40. "Show Boat" author Ferber 41. Cincinnati team 43. Springsteen's "Born In The ___"
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It's tourney time
After another tough year, DePaul is ready to make a statement in the Big East tournament
By MIKE CHAMERNIK Senior Writer
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