Arts & Entertainment

The lobby of Chicago’s grand Auditorium Theatre (50 E. Congress Parkway) isn’t overtly spectacular. The floors contain original mosaic tile and the staircases are tastefully embellished with a touch of architect Louis Sullivan’s signature ornate …

Arts & Entertainment

The Granada was designed by Edward E. Eichenbaum and built in 1926. Current and former residents of Rogers Park remember the Granada fondly to this day.

News

Read about what the LUC campus would have been like if the university would have went through with massive lakefill project.

News

In a move that caused controversy among some conservatives, a Loyola history professor amended his course about slavery to include what he calls the racist rhetoric of President-elect Donald J. Trump.

Opinion

In an election cycle that has been tumultuous at best, one of the few constants has been a dominant tone of nationalism and identity politics. The Trump campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” has become …

Closer Look

As a billow of smoke leapt from the rocket boosters and a thunderous noise shook the ground, a shuttlecraft cleared the launch tower at the Kennedy Space Center, its neon orange tail contrasting the ocean-blue …

News

Professor shows city landmarks in alternative history lesson  For all its bustle in the daytime, Chicago becomes eerily quiet on average weeknights. History professor Timothy Gilfoyle sees Chicago’s late nights as a special opportunity to …

News

Though Loyola seniors may feel like veterans, having taken classes in the now-nonexistent Damen Hall, there’s much more to Loyola’s history than a radiator-shaped building from the 1970s. Loyola life today and in the 1940s …