Film & TV

“The Favourite” is technically a period dramatic comedy, but the film is so much more than a simple “Downton Abbey” episode on the big screen. Set in early 18th-century England. “The Favourite” is something different …

Film & TV

How far would you go to save your best friend? “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” released Nov. 21, explores the answers to that question.    The sequel to the surprise hit “Wreck It Ralph” (2013), sees …

Film & TV

Contrary to its advertising, “Overlord” (released nationally Nov. 9), isn’t a traditional zombie movie, but a thrilling historical horror action flick pulled straight out of a video game.   Directed by Julius Avery (“Son of …

Exhibits

Loyola’s Ralph Arnold Gallery opened its newest exhibition “Bad News” to mild fanfair Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Loyola Fine Arts Annex. “Bad News” is a follow up to the gallery’s previous exhibition, “Good News,” …

Opinion

President Donald Trump is being unjustly criticized for the first time in his presidential career. I’m referencing the recent revelation by the Associated Press showing Trump’s notes prior to his meeting with several survivors of …

Opinion

As a famous TV show used to say, “Space is the final frontier.” However, space and, by extension, space travel and exploration, the subject of that same show, is being privatized by billion dollar moguls, …

Arts & Entertainment

After emerging from a self-enforced exile from the public eye after “she felt like her personal life was spinning out of control,” Taylor Swift’s new album, “Reputation,” was released Nov. 10, marking the return of …

Arts & Entertainment

After a three-year absence from the Billboard charts, Maroon 5 finally dropped their sixth studio album, “Red Pill Blues,” Nov. 3. The 15-track album is littered with features from rappers such as Kendrick Lamar, Future, …