Arts & Entertainment

The world premiere of “The Gentleman Caller,” written by Loyola alumnus Philip Dawkins, is set to premiere April 6 at the Raven Theatre (6157 N. Clark St.). “The Gentleman Caller” tells the true story of …

Books

A vibrant Chicago skyline fades to sepia. The skyscrapers shrink, sailboats float lazily around Lake Michigan. The familiar bustle of the city falls silent. It’s the turn of the twentieth century in Chicago. Page one …

Theater

There is an increasing amount of queer characters on TV and in movies nowadays, and I am overjoyed that queer people are becoming more visible. But I swear, if I see one more queer character …

Closer Look

The best part about Whitney Cross’ job is her job. Even after more than one hour of phone conversation with the 2014 Loyola graduate, who was in her Chicago office while I laid in my …

Books

We all have at least one goal that seems impossible to achieve, yet we still dream of accomplishing it. For Amy McCullough, a Loyola University Chicago alum who graduated in 2002 with a creative writing …

Sports

This past summer, one Loyola graduate replaced her maroon and gold pom-poms with orange and black ones. Jordan Templin, a recent grad of the nursing school and a former collegiate cheerleader, is now cheering for …

Arts & Entertainment

BY ISRAA ELHALAWANY Chicago’s AstonRep Theatre Company will be presenting the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, WIT, featuring Loyola alum Drew Wieland. Wieland, 25, from Bloomington-Normal, Ill., graduated this past December with a degree in theater arts. …

Arts & Entertainment

  She’s basically an expert on death. Well, maybe not an expert in the traditional sense, but Loyola alum Deb Jackson knows a lot about grieving — a knowledge she shares in her new children’s …