If you haven’t seen the cult classic Fight Club then you most likely do not have an obsession with Chuck Palahniuk like the other Y Generation cronies. Chuck Palahniuk has been writing since 1990 and among his works are Fight Club, Invisible Monsters, Snuff, Haunted, Tell All, Survivor, Choke, Lullaby, Diary, Rant, Pygmy, Stranger Than Fiction, Fugitives & Refugees, and his newest Damned. Palahniuk does a wonderful job of being dark and satirically honest; most of his novels are categorized as media res. We can get up close and personal with the cult god at the Dallas Museum of Art on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:30pm. Although this event is currently sold out there is overflow seating available. The DMA is hosting additional events in this Arts & Letters Live Series with Dava Sobel and Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith. Students get access to these events for a whopping $10 which is a steal considering the normal price is $25. The DMA is also close to the DART red line, so don’t forget to use your UTD DART pass and ride downtown for free. The DMA does a wonderful job of creating interesting and intellectual events that fit perfectly into a college student’s tight budget.