Music

KT Tunstall — the voice you know and love behind “Big Black Horse and a Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See” — released her fifth studio album KIN, on Sept. 9, complete with 11 tracks …

Music

Although she’s a Grammy-nominated, chart-topping artist, Andra Day made her sold-out concert at Lincoln Hall on March 15 feel intimate and casual by chatting with the audience about love and injustice as if they were …

Theater

I saw bodies moving on the dance floor to “Golden Years” by David Bowie, a game of spin the bottle with some definitive lip-action, faces painted with turquoise geometric shapes and a disco ball reflecting …

Music

Chicago is bursting with mountain-longing, Colorado-fantasizing, loft-living 20-somethings who are familiar with our beloved, original musicians (I’m thinking Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead). These Chicago hipsters and yuppies itching for that folk-rock sound attended a …

Theater

It’s an age-old story: a politician and a sex scandal (yawn). Americans are unfortunately quite accustomed to such a tale. But Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s (1650 N. Halsted St.) newest production Domesticated (written and directed by …

News

The university’s next five-year Strategic Plan is now in its initial draft-writing stage, and students are eager to add input to the discussion. Strategic plans are  intended to guide the university’s policies and conduct, while …

News

Loyola School of Communication alumna wins the Miss Mexico pageant and moves on to represent her country at Miss Universe 2015.   Loyola alumna Wendolly Esparza was crowned Miss Mexico on Oct. 25 and is …

News

Loyola students are expressing discontent for not being consulted before administrators decided to condense the finals week schedule for next semester. Rather than spreading across nine days, finals week will be condensed to six days …