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Bulldog Ale House: Making Craziness Delicious

By: Stefano Garcia, Loyola Sophomore   Bulldog Ale House 6606 N. Sheridan Chicago, IL 773-274-9331 Bulldog Ale House is one of those places where you can get close...

“The Last Blockbuster”: one still standing

By: Charlotte Gascoigne, Loyola Junior The last Blockbuster in the Chicago area closed in Wicker Park in 2013. The closest Blockbuster location to Loyola University...

Concrete Cowboys: A Touching Film on the Preservation of Black History and Community

By: Camille Jackson, Loyola Senior  4.5 out 5 stars. Where To Watch: Netflix “Only way you can realize its true spirit, its nature, is through love.”...

Rocket Tattoo Shop Remains Resilient Throughout Pandemic

By: Erin Flaviano, Loyola Junior; Jimena Hallal, Loyola Sophomore; Maia Koch, Loyola Freshman; Caitlin Waldron, Loyola Sophomore The tattoo industry has held its ground during...

COVID and Career: Loyola Students and Alums Share how Covid Impacted their Academic and...

By: Camille Jackson, Loyola Senior As more COVID vaccinations are being distributed across the nation, many people’s hope for a semblance of normalcy as things...

Senn High School principal shares thoughts on returning to in-person

By: Jackson Elstro, Loyola Senior; Stefano Garcia, Loyola Sophomore; Sarah Mahaney, Loyola Freshman  The reopening of Chicago Public High Schools has left many families uncertain...

Recent Carjackings in Rogers Park Spark Concern

By: Almerah Alkhatib, Loyola Senior; PJ McMahon, Loyola Sophomore; Audrey Patterson, Loyola Sophomore A string of carjackings has raised questions about safety in the Rogers...

Loyola Students Navigate Potential Plans for Fall 2021 Semester

By: Stefano Garcia, Loyola Sophomore Many Loyola students wondered what the university will do in the upcoming fall semester as other colleges around the nation...

Andersonville Feminist Bookstore Provides a Safe-Haven for Community

By: Camille Jackson, Loyola Senior; Charlotte Gascoigne, Loyola Junior; William Baranda, Loyola Freshman; Sarah Ansong Loyola Senior As Women’s History Month comes to an end,...

Loyola Students Dish Out The Truth on the Dining Hall Experience

By: Charlotte Gascoigne, Loyola Junior; Maia Koch, Loyola Freshman; Annelise Taylor Loyola Sophomore Every college student has a dining hall horror story—from finding bugs in...

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Softball In Sullivan High School

By: Olamide Olaleye and Favour Mamudu, Sullivan Juniors Sullivan High School hosted their first softball game this year, following years of being unable to do...

Sullivan’s World Repair Project

By Hajir Hasan, Sullivan Freshman For the fourth quarter, Sullivan is hosting a project for the freshmen students, "The World Repair Project." This was created...

One Night In Miami: A Review

By Chiamaka Orogbu: Sullivan Freshman For many, historical movies can be hard to follow. We already know what happened, so why would we want to...

What Literature Looks Like For Armadillo’s Pillow

Erin Adams, Sullivan Freshman Armadillo’s Pillow 5.0 rating ★★★★★ Many discovered the power of books and literature during the pandemic. One of the finest booksellers in our...

Loyola grad now White House photographer

By Genevieve Buthod/Loyola School of Communication Chandler West arrived at Loyola as a biology major. He soon fell in love with photography while working at the Phoenix...