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Forget tuning into CNN, Fox News or MSNBC for election coverage during the next presidential election season, because for the past 20 years, sales for Halloween masks of the presidential candidates have become an accurate …

Opinion

About two weeks ago, as I sat on the couch watching the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, I was amazed by what I was seeing. No, I’m not talking about the 1,200 …

Arts & Entertainment

Punk rock is more Jesuit than some might think. With a historical focus on advocacy, politics and social justice, punk bands have been challenging the status quo for decades and calling out societal issues through …

Staff Editorial

Time Out recently named Chicago the best city in the world for the second consecutive year. While the Windy City surely has a lot to flaunt for its out-of-town visitors, it also boasts one of …

News

When Maria Hadden worked with participatory budgeting in Rogers Park, she said her friends and colleagues would often ask her, “Maria, when are you running for office?”, but she didn’t consider it seriously until March …

Staff Editorial

Protests were a running theme of 2017. Citizens nationwide marched for undocumented immigrant rights, marched against President Donald Trump, marched for women, protested the repeal of net neutrality rules, protested Trump’s travel ban — the …

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Loyola senior Ugochukwu Okere, 21, announced his campaign to run for alderman of the 40th Ward in the 2019 elections Saturday night. Okere will be running against Patrick O’Connor, the current 40th Ward alderman who’s …

Arts & Entertainment

Steppenwolf Theatre Co. premiered its new production, “The Minutes,” a single act political-comedy based around a small town theme Nov. 21 at the Downstairs Theatre (1650 N. Halsted St.). The intriguing play from the mind …