Nation & World

Thousands of demonstrators marched just over a mile May 12 to denounce the Israeli government’s recent violence against the Palestinian people. The protest began in Grant Park, where organizers rallied supporters, before the group made …

Men's Basketball

A Loyola legend in the making, Lucas Williamson walked onto Loyola’s campus in 2017 ready to begin the journey of a lifetime.  In just four years playing as a Rambler, Williamson has competed in the …

News

Associate Vice President and Dean of Undergraduate Admission Erin Moriarty has resigned effective May 14, according to Loyola spokesperson Anna Rozenich. Moriarty, who has worked at Loyola for 17 years, was accused of creating a …

Events

Whether you’re staying in Chicago for the summer or stopping in town for a few days in a post-finals state of bliss, here’s a list of events reopening this season. Local Farmers Markets Put down …

Podcasts

Some films tell their entire story on screen. For Josh Ruben’s feature film debut “Scare Me,” the screen only scratched the surface. From the casting process to the Sundance Film Festival debut, season one of …

This, dear reader of the Ramblings, is a goodbye column from yours truly. The time has come for me to leave my favorite four years of college and enter The Real World. And I can’t …

ReRuns

Sometimes good things aren’t meant to last. One of those good things is the show “Freaks and Geeks,” arguably the greatest show to grace our screens for just one season. It’s no secret the show …

News

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, finding jobs has become more difficult due to the uncertainty of the virus and its effect on businesses. Half of the adults who said they lost their jobs …