Monthly Archives: March 2013

An icon of Hillsdale’s past

Once one of the largest and technologically advanced production centers of its kind in the country, the Hillsdale flour mill fell into disuse and...

Book review: ‘Living with Guns’

I still remember the day my brother didn’t answer his cell phone. On February 14, 2008, a local Chicago radio station reported that a...

A nerve-wracking story that needs telling

Fourteen-year-old Shin In Geun watched when North Korean military guards hanged his mother and shot his brother three times. Their crime: attempting to escape...

WHY CHRISTIANS SHOULD SCULPT NUDES

Shame. With the Roman Empire’s conversion to Christianity during Constantine’s rule, the fig leaf became the common aesthetic to use instead of completely nude sculpture....

Student art exhibit focuses on design and photography

The first of three senior art shows will open April 2 in the Sage Center for the Arts Daughtrey Art Gallery, featuring the work...