For Spoon University:
- A UChicago Student Forces Herself to Like Coffee (November 22, 2015)
I’m ready to live, breathe, eat and drink UChicago. And that means I have to like coffee. I’m prepared to get myself addicted, even if that means I have to sacrifice my taste buds and my independence in the process.
- Where to Satisfy Your Korean Food Craving in Chicago (February 22, 2016)
Korean Tip #2: There are a lot of different ways to eat soondubu, but I swear by the following method:
1. Scoop a spoonful of rice.
2. Dunk it into the soondubu, making sure the soup covers the rice. Get some tofu onto your spoon too.
Some people prefer spooning the stew onto their rice or just eating the soondubu and rice separately, but I’ve always found my method to be the most efficient.
For South Side Weekly:
- A Fundamental Loss of Freedom (October 19, 2016)
Kalven remarked that this “post-Ferguson moment” in America is a “historical opening for fundamental change” in which we are “grappling with a set of structural patterns built into our society.” These issues with police accountability must be tied into a larger conversation about race in America, as it is impossible to change policing without acknowledging the fact that hyper-policing of certain neighborhoods is ultimately tied to racial segregation.
- A Future of Peace and Harmony (November 6, 2016)
Ironically, the installation of Ono’s “Sky Landing,” a statue meant to symbolize peace and harmony, seems to only be a harbinger for bigger conflicts that will inevitably arise as plans for the redevelopment of the South Parks continue.
- The Chicago Sound (November 30, 2016)