The School of the Art Institute of Chicago has an opening for the Associate Director of Financial Aid Processing in the Student Financial Services office!! Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred. 3-5 years of experience in administering financial aid for a private university setting preferred. PeopleSoft experience and Microsoft Excel experience strongly preferred. Supervisory experience required. Applicants may apply at http://www.artic.edu/careers For more than 150 … Continue reading Associate Director of Financial Aid Processing–The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Review by Ashley Hanson In 2017, IT: Chapter One (the much-anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s acclaimed horror novel, It) was perhaps one of the most pleasantly surprising and riveting installations in what’s become a seemingly endless Hollywood trend. All of us cinephiles—especially in the middlemost generations like the Millennials and Gen Z-ers—have either settled comfortably into the idea of “remake culture” (where almost every … Continue reading IT: Chapter Two Built on Brilliance or Just Another Stinky Sequel?
Two Bands Making Headway in the Quad Cities By: Clare Possin The Quad Cities has some amazing bands that perform all original music. Leather Parachute is a local band from Illinois City, Illinois. They have been together for approximately three years. Their original music and unique sound draw a crowd generally interested in punk-rock tunes. The lead singer, Zac Price, writes all original … Continue reading Two Bands Making Headway in the Quad Cities
TV SHOW LIST To continue from my list of movies last week, I thought I would share with you my favorite television shows on Netflix for this week. I recommend each of these shows for different reasons, but mainly because I feel are worth watching—some should be watched a few times! Show Genre Favorite Character Rate Imposters Crime/Comedy Ezra, Rob Heaps, one of the … Continue reading Netflix Reviews: TV Show List