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A Lost City Reappeared: Professor rebuilds lost artifacts through art

Samara Malik, Reporter March 11, 2021

Northwestern art Prof. Michael Rakowitz seeks to explore the diaspora between Iraq and Iraqi immigrants through his work recreating lost artifacts and reliefs from the ancient Iraqi city of Nimrud. Closed...

Podculture: Stage Wombat Collective’s new EP will worm its way into your ears

Podculture: Stage Wombat Collective’s new EP will worm its way into your ears

Clay Lawhead, Reporter March 11, 2021

Stage Wombat Collective, a duo of recent NU grads, is creating an EP that will worm its way into your ears, released March 12 on all streaming platforms. CLAY LAWHEAD: Before we begin, a content warning:...

The Weekly: Week 8 Recap

The Weekly: Week 8 Recap

Jordan Mangi and Alex Chun March 8, 2021

On campus, both Elder and Sargent residential halls were under a modified quarantine following a rise of COVID-19 cases. And Illinois Indigenous rights activists, tribal governments and environmentalist...

How COVID-19 has impacted learning for K-12 students with disabilities

Sammi Boas, Video Editor March 3, 2021

For students with disabilities, COVID-19 has created additional challenges for learning. Throughout the past year, families, schools and outside organizations have worked together to make sure these students...

Art therapy provides creative outlet for healing

Melina Chalkia, Reporter March 2, 2021

Art therapy is used to improve mental health and well-being by integrating artistic expression with psychotherapeutic intervention. Experts in the field explain how art therapy can be beneficial to everyone....

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