Mass protests threaten to destabilize Chile as thousands of middle-class citizens take to the streets to rally against systematic socioeconomic inequality.
The anti-war movement has an often forgotten hero, an American Major General turned fierce critic of US imperialism.
In a country where the threat of mass shootings is ever present, Americans can do nothing to assuage their fears of staying safe. Yet legislators fail to enact meaningful gun reform because there is identifiable “enemy” to rally against that would motivate America to action.
As algorithms which produce art become more complicated, the issue of authorial intent becomes more pressing than ever
Lily Cox-Richard’s exhibition at the Blanton Museum draws on the W. J. Battle collection of plaster casts, reworking the ancient models to contradict their long accepted whiteness.