by Catherine Zhang, originally published on Never Stationary Less than two months ago, Toro Y Moi released his latest album, What For? He ventures away from his funky, psychedelic music and confidently dips his toes into a slow trap beat in his new song, “room for 1zone” (or “room-for-one zone”).
by Catherine Zhang Laverne Cox appeared at Northwestern University Tuesday evening to discuss the intersection of gender, race, class and social inequality.
For Spring Break 2015, I traveled to Denver, CO with 9 other strangers to help out at Florence Crittenton Services, a high school in Denver for teen moms, with a connected daycare.
Why do I Chronicle? To be a part of a team of dedicated, passionate individuals participating in a student group that ultimately does not suck you in.
Sacha Bazzal talks about secondhand clothing the way a mother talks about her baby. She cradles the vintage Coach bag she bought for a fraction of its original price, and gently handles a $140 J. Crew coyote fur jacket, a piece she bought for just $4.
by Catherine Zhang Lingerie-inspired dresses over hairy legs, winged eyeliner paired with full beards, and wigs. So. Many. Wigs.
by Catherine Zhang Taking the 201-1 Reporting & Writing class from the Medill School of Journalism was one of the best decisions that I’ve made since coming to Northwestern.
by Catherine Zhang Natalie and I had read great things about Wildberry Pancakes and Cafe in downtown Chicago, so we went on a food adventure this past Tuesday.
by Catherine Zhang As often as I’ve analyzed my relationship with makeup, I’ve always done so in a love-your-body, self-esteem-centered light. Not until recently had I considered it in a racial context.
by Catherine Zhang Crêperie Saint Germain is a 3-year-old French crêperie, inspired by Brittany, France, where the French pancake became popular.