Arts & Entertainment

David Ure spends his days working at a California bookstore and his nights performing under his alter ego, “Mirrored Ogre.” At least he did, before the coronavirus pandemic shut down live musical performances across the …

Books

In April 2017, then 29-year-old Chelsea Carr Rectanus fulfilled a lifelong dream and opened used bookshop Heirloom Books (6239 N. Clark St.) with two pallets of books and a truckload of determination.  “You’ve got to …

Books

Loyola’s Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will celebrate society’s long-time love of visual storytelling with its annual Foreign Language Graphic Novel Contest, open to students of all majors.  Those who participate will create a …

News

In an effort to curb issues surrounding accessibility at CTA stations, two Loyola graduate students released an app that sends push notifications when elevators are down at stations. The Android app Elevate Chicago, created by …

Arts & Entertainment

It’s that time of year where most of us will sit down and write out our New Year’s resolutions in that new journal we bought ourselves over the holidays. Most of us probably made resolutions …

Arts & Entertainment

When people think of books, the first thing that may pop into their head is mass-produced paperbacks, Barnes and Noble bookstores or even cozy independent bookstores. But there is another side to book culture that …

Books

With cold and dismal weather approaching, it’s time for readers to get their hands on a book that will keep them occupied during the fall and winter seasons. As the wind howls outside and rain …

A Page Turner

When it was announced that Maragaret Atwood was going to be writing a sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” I flipped out. I was in the midst of binge-watching the entire TV show for the fourth …