Chicago

Since the Chicago Climate Action Plan was adopted in 2008, the city has worked to motivate its residents to commit to a sustainable lifestyle. Changes have included the construction of energy efficient buildings, the promotion …

Students

This week, Ugochukwu Okere will walk off the graduation stage and onto the campaign trail. Okere, a 22-year-old political science and social work double major, is running for alderman of Chicago’s 40th Ward. Okere’s campaign …

Arts & Entertainment

From Bruno Mars to Green Day, there’s several big-name bands coming to Chicago this summer. With stellar lineups for Pitchfork (July 20-22) and Lollapalooza (Aug. 2-5) included, dozens of top artists who’ll make a stop …

News

Students across the nation have rallied for gun control in the wake of the February Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. In Rogers Park, high school students had a personal connection to the movement and …

Arts & Entertainment

Evanston’s Lock Chicago (820 Davis St., Suite 151) is bringing a unique entertainment experience to the city with its new virtual reality lounge. At the virtual reality lounge, guests can explore the depths of the …

Arts & Entertainment

Chicago’s emerging soul, hip-hop and rock duo, Iris Temple, performed its first headlining show at Schubas Tavern (3159 N. Southport Ave.) April 16. The group brought its signature good vibes and infectious energy while blending …

Sports

Chicago’s biggest sports teams congratulated the Loyola’s men’s basketball team on advancing to the Final Four after its 78-62 win over Kansas State University March 24. In their largest margin of victory in the 2018 …

Sports

Ahead of the Rambler’s Sweet 16 matchup against the University of Nevada Wolf Pack this evening, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago unveiled a Sister Jean LEGO Minifigure to celebrate Loyola’s March Madness success.