Events

Pitchfork Music Festival returned to Chicago Sept. 10-12 after a year off with a jam-packed lineup featuring artists of varied genres and fame, headlined by Phoebe Bridgers and St. Vincent, among other tentpole acts. Friday …

Events

Michigan-based punk band Dogleg faced a dogleg — or sharp turn in a path — of their own in March 2020. The group released their debut album “Melee” March 13, the same day former president …

Nation & World

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released a climate report that’s taken the headlines by storm. The report states climate change is happening at a more rapid pace than previous models had …

Men's Basketball

Jerry Harkness, a civil rights activist and the captain of the 1963 Loyola men’s basketball national championship team, died Aug. 24 at age 81, Loyola athletics officials confirmed in a press release.  Harkness led the …

Breaking

Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, whose tenure has been marked and marred by controversy, announced this year will be her last as Loyola’s president. In an email sent to the Loyola community the morning of …

Breaking

A man drowned in Lake Michigan off the coast of Rogers Park Aug. 22, according to Chicago Fire Department (CPD) representatives and officials from the 49th Ward. Around 7:30 a.m. Sunday, the CFD Marine Unit …

Events

“Everything has happened for me so quickly.” Sloan Struble, the mind and voice behind Dayglow — an alt-pop quintet — describes what many musicians showing up to Chicago’s biggest music festival have experienced: entering quarantine …

Events

Lollapalooza day four saw a shake-up when rapper DaBaby was dropped from headlining after a homophobic rant during his performance at Rolling Loud in Miami July 25, the Associated Press reported. The mood wasn’t soured …