Trevor BungerComedian Hannibal Buress' microphone was turned off at Colossus 2018 after a joke about the Catholic Church's history of child abuse.

Colossus is over. Loyola’s annual two-night show, which often featured a musician one night and a comedian the other, won’t continue.

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After losing to Youngstown State University Nov. 9 to start the season, the Loyola women’s basketball team (1-1) had a big comeback in the fourth quarter to win its home opener 52-43 over University of …

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The reward for information on the shooter who left two men dead in Rogers Park around five weeks ago has been raised from $23,000 to $150,000, police said at a Thursday press conference. The reward …

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The Loyola men’s basketball team (1-1) was defeated by Furman University 60-58 Friday night in nerve-racking fashion in front of sold-out crowd at Gentile Arena. The loss snapped an eight-game home winning streak for the …

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Early voting turnout in the 2018 midterm elections nearly doubled since the last midterms in 2014, and many college students were among those who cast their ballots before Election Day. More than 39 million people …

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As I sat courtside at Gentile Arena Nov. 9 taking pictures of the Loyola men’s basketball team’s 60-58 loss against Furman, I took a few minutes to walk around the arena to get some shots …

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San Diego rock band Wavves and Brooklyn alternative group Beach Fossils closed their “I Love You” tour Wednesday Nov. 7 at the Bottom Lounge (1375 W. Lake St.). Wavves, which released its sixth studio album, …

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Opinion

A major political party sweeps  in and takes over a major branch of the U.S. government after a crushing defeat just two years before. If that sounds familiar, that’s because it’s one of the most …