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Grace Zhang

Grace Zhang, Arts Editor

I began taking beginning journalism in my sophomore year, in 2016. My current position is Arts section editor and I really enjoy writing stories and layout, as well as interacting with everyone on staff. My best story would be either the gun violence debate or the alum features. My favorite hobbies are journaling, drawing, playing badminton and piano.


2019 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Awards: Certificate of Merit, Alternative Story Form (with Ella Beiser), “Seasons Streamings”

2018 Journalism Education Association National Write-off contest in Newswriting: Superior Rating

2018 National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll

2018 Illinois Journalism Education Association: Honorable Mention for Best Social Media (Snapchat)

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FINITE/INFINITE. Featuring the Instagram-famous infinity mirror room by artist Yayoi Kusama,
the WNDR Museum in Chicago’s West Loop includes colorful and science-themed rooms intended
to be Instagram-feed friendly. March is the last chance to see this room before the WNDR Museum
closes to make room for “TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE,” its next exhibit.


March 12, 2019
PONDERING. Olivia Pon looks at Samuel Levi Jones' artwork

Artistic conversations

February 16, 2019
Positions on Pritzker

Positions on Pritzker

December 12, 2018
ASIAN CELEBRATION. In “Crazy Rich Asians” based on Kevin Kwan’s best-selling novel of the same name, Nick Young’s mother, extended family and friends celebrate his friend’s wedding in Singapore. “Crazy Rich Asians,” the first major film to feature an all-Asian cast since “The Joy Luck Club,” joins “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” and “Searching” to represent Asian-Americans in popular culture.

Moment to Movement

November 15, 2018
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