Not many shows today juggle psych wards, Soviet gulags and the satanic panic in a single season — nor should they, one might argue. Nonetheless, “Stranger Things” fans received all this and more on May …

Film & TV

Cue the hyper pop music:  “Selling Sunset” has made its return to Netflix — but this time its value is significantly below the asking price. Relying on the overplayed strategy of putting Christine Quinn against …

L-Stop Musts

It’s 1 a.m. and the only open signs still flickering around Loyola are the glow of Taco Bell and Insomnia cookies. Yet, a soggy burrito and an oatmeal raisin cookie can only satisfy late-night hunger …

Student Life

First, there was Gossip Girl. Then, there was Lady Whistledown. But today, Loyola’s sophomore class has @luc24confessions, an anonymous confessions page that has evolved into a group where the class of 2024 can exchange information …

Film & TV

With “Love is Blind” season two, Netflix once again capitalizes on the hungry naivety of singles, begging the question: Is love blind, or just desperate?  The show guises itself as a social experiment where people …

Student Life

What does it take to go viral? With the rise of social media platform TikTok, the answer may be nothing — and everything.  For some TikTokers, virality merely requires a plagiarized dance and an obnoxious …

Student Life

Love. Chocolate. Booming Hallmark sales. All of these encompass the general idea of Valentine’s Day. With Feb. 14 swiftly approaching, it’s only natural to begin to wonder what the day of romance has in store …

Roses might be red and violets may be blue, but the idea that Valentine’s Day means wallowing in self-pity is totally untrue. To most college singles, the holiday means preparing yourself for the unsolicited happiness …