Film & TV

In 2011, the silver screen saw “Midnight in Paris” writer Gil fall in love with a dreary-eyed Paris while on a trip with his fiancé, Inez. As fate would have it, the two don’t spend …

Art

If you live in Rogers Park or are a student at Loyola, you’re likely a part of the neighborhood news Facebook page, where everything from restaurant suggestions to the latest in city politics are shared.  …

Rosca's Ramblings

I’m getting myself settled to write with a strawberry cream cheese bagel next to me, and the first thing I see when I look up from my laptop is my new Hitchcock-esque “Search Party” poster …

Rosca's Ramblings

Where to begin. These past months, with COVID-19 and all, have been subpar by anyone’s standards, but something good has come of them — a brief, screeching halt.   After years, lifetimes even, of putting things …

Rosca's Ramblings

When I first started college, I said to my parents I wanted to move out of Chicago the moment I graduated. They told me I shouldn’t speak too soon. Four years later, I can say …

Arts & Entertainment

It seems COVID-19 is forcing us all to “take breaks” from normal life. It’s not much of a break though, considering anxiety is high and the mundane activities we all took for granted up until …

Arts & Entertainment

In the midst of a continuously developing coronavirus pandemic that has uprooted students worldwide from their daily routines, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) decided to restrict students’ studio access and cancel or …

Rosca's Ramblings

I never thought I would say or write this, but I like college basketball.  “Free throws are free” is the mindset I’ve acquired this past weekend, and I blame it all on The Phoenix’s sports …