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CHALK writer Sophia Misle talks with Dr. Mary Klayder, a study abroad and travel aficionado at KU.
CHALK writer Miranda Horn chats with Anna St. Pierre, a small business owner with over 2,000 scrunchie sales under her belt.
After a night out visiting her brother, a TCU sophomore takes a risk when she catches his best friend's eye and does the unthinkable -- but says she'd do it again. This is what it feels like to sleep with someone you're not supposed to.
One girl shares her story of coming out with her partner online to all their friends, family and followers.
Skylar Helm and Bella Contreras of Kansas City, Missouri, started a Kansas City-based vintage clothing company in 2020, with the goal of creating sustainable, affording clothing.
CHALK writer Sam Kricsfeld interviews Josie Safir, a freshman from Overland Park and co-author of a children's book titled A Special Gift.
CHALK's 2021 finals playlist will put you in the mood to get those assignments done and end the semester on a high note.
CHALK writer Alicia Marksberry breaks down the history of zines and talks with members of KU's zine club about its use as a virtual creative outlet during the pandemic.
KU freshman Mekenna Whitney advises others to care more about personal sense of style than keeping up with trends. She wears clothes that bring her joy and comfort.
CHALK writer Braden Shaw sits down with some local filmmakers to discuss their triumphs and trials they've faced in the industry during the pandemic.
Kansan multimedia editor Caroline McCone interviews Niya McAdoo, a senior studying African and African American studies. McAdoo is also a visual artist.
Jaycee Mayfield, a graduate student at KU, combines influence from skating, local artists and their Native tribes into their style.
At the height of the pandemic, when students spent their days quarantining in their homes, there was a spike in creativity. CHALK writer Alicia Marksberry looks into the trend of making jewelry with resin with the help of two student jewelry-makers.
Kansan writer Caroline McCone interviews Erika Lobati, a junior from Springfield, Missouri, who is a writer that creates and performs spoken word poetry.
KU freshman Wairimu “Mimu” Mbogori shops primarily second-hand and said finding pieces you like at thrift stores just takes patience.
When the KU Car Club needed a faculty sponsor, Chancellor Doug Girod, a car enthusiast himself, offered to help. The club brings car fans together for shows and charity events.
KU freshman Alina Matejkowski dresses in what makes her feel most confident and encourages people to style themselves according to what they want - not what is popular or trendy.
As the semester comes to an end, hosts Nicole Dolan, Taylor Worden and Wyatt Hall chat on this season's Off the Record finale about "Fleabag," the semester and what is yet to come in spring 2021.
As Harry Styles made history as the first male to grace the cover of American Vogue, CHALK contributor Ashley Zellers spoke to KU students about what Harry Styles means to them.
This week brings the premiere of the second season of "His Dark Materials," a new show starring Billie Piper, a Hulu reboot of "Animaniacs" and a new movie.
This week, AC/DC returns with a new album, Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers bring an acoustic cover of "Iris."
Thirteen sculptures are set up around Marvin Grove in a collection titled "Conference of Birds," made by various KU student artists.
Antonette Gichohu, a senior computer science major, shares her experiences in her major and at KU.
This week sees the premiere of HBO's new movie "Industry," FX and Hulu's 10-episode series "A Teacher," and the fourth season of Netflix's "The Crown."
This week, listen to 2 Chainz' newest single, a Miley Cyrus remix and Paloma Mami's newest single.
Harry Styles, the 2020 election, stress and seasonal depression are some of the topics discussed in the latest episode of "Off the Record," a CHALK Magazine podcast.
The new Netflix show "Emily in Paris" has a few flaws, but overall has a good concept, says CHALK writer Abby McCoy.
For Election Day, consider watching a comedic take on it with Trevor Noah or Stephen Colbert and after that, take your mind off the outcome with a new HBO series or Toronto Film Fest movie, writes CHALK columnist Wyatt Hall.
This week in New Music Monday, CHALK writer Paul Samberg covers new music from Ariana Grande, Freddie Gibbs and Busta Rhymes.
CHALK staff share their favorite spooky movies to celebrate Halloween.
Seasonal depression and true crime stories are just some of the topics discussed in the newest episode of "Off the Record," a CHALK Magazine podcast.
Thirsting for timeless horror? CHALK editor Taylor Worden and CHALK contributor Faith Maddox recommend three books that peer into pre-20th-century horror with characters that we know and love (or fear).
This week, you can watch the sequel to "Train to Busan," season two of the "Mandalorian" and the duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in a new Amazon Prime show, "Truth Seekers."
This week, Bruce Springsteen drops a new album and Ty Dolla $ign drops a new, mostly forgettable album, CHALK correspondent Paul Samberg writes.
On this episode of "Off the Record," hosts Wyatt Hall, Nicole Dolan and Taylor Worden share spooky ghost stories before delving into the challenges of being a people person in the current socially distanced world.
In this edition of "What to Read This Week," CHALK writer Faith Maddox suggests articles that give an introduction to the concept of "decolonization."
This week, CHALK writer Wyatt Hall covers a new talk show from David Letterman, a new horror comedy, a Bill Murray movie and a new thriller series.
This week, CHALK writer Paul Samberg covers a disappointing new Kanye West song, a Pearl Jam single, James Blake's four-song EP and a new Lana Del Rey single.
"Off the Record" hosts get personal and share music that has been the most important to them throughout their lives.
CHALK writer Margarita Madu defines, traces and analyzes the history of Black horror from the genre's beginning to Jordan Peele's "Get Out."
On this week's episode of "Reading Between the Lines," hosts Wyatt Hall and Nicole Dolan chat with opinion and CHALK contributor Margarita Madu about Black horror films.
This week's New Music Monday features new music from Juicy J and AC/DC.
This week, you can watch season four premiere on CBS of "One Day at a Time," a documentary about the pandemic, a full season drop of "Helstrom" and Aaron Sorkin's "Trial of Chicago 7."
On this week's episode of "Off the Record," hosts Taylor Worden, Nicole Dolan and Wyatt Hall share some of their favorite television series — past and present — and how they have shaped their lives.
Freshman Bella Wasson shares how her passions influenced her tattoo philosophy and tattoo journey.
Disney recently released its live-action version of "Mulan." Despite its success, many say that the film strays away from traditional Chinese culture and instead focuses on Chinese stereotypes.
Ahead of spooky season, CHALK editor Taylor Worden provides a list of spine-chilling stories to set the mood.
In this edition of "What to Watch this Week," CHALK columnist Wyatt Hall shares some new releases in film and television this week including a new spooky series and a new project from Adam Sandler.
In this week's New Music Monday, arts columnist Paul Samberg overviews new music releases from Evan Giaa, BLACKPINK and Ella Fitzgerald.
On this week's episode of "Off the Record," hosts Taylor Worden, Nicole Dolan and Wyatt Hall are joined by CHALK's sex columnist Emerson Karsh-Lombardo as she answers any and all questions they have on sex and the kink community.