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An American at Oxford: The people in the shadows

An American at Oxford: The people in the shadows

Charli Rose
March 1, 2015
Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

If you find yourself walking amidst Oxford’s castle-esque walls, there is little chance you will get very far without hearing a large clock tolling the time away. If it isn’t one of the college clock towers reminding you of the time, it is your own college hall, ringing out at five past seven, announcing time for di...

An American at Oxford: A moment for Valentine’s Day

An American at Oxford: A moment for Valentine’s Day

Charli Rose
February 15, 2015
Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

The English fog and steady mist are a welcome retreat from the blizzards I ran through last winter in Chicago, but there are still challenges to face whilst running here nonetheless. The main one being the mere discovery of a route, but Oxford is nothing if not full of surprises, and turning down any random alleyway is sure to lead you ...

An American at Oxford: Off to the pubs

An American at Oxford: Off to the pubs

Charli Rose
February 1, 2015
Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

I made a conscious and steady effort to go into this year with no preconceived notions about Oxford. This was usually done in the form of refusing to search any images on Google of the cobblestone streets and old libraries. I did expect a few things, however. I expected there to be academia, robes worn to dinners and mast...

An American in Oxford: Where the magic lies

An American in Oxford: Where the magic lies

Charli Rose
January 18, 2015
Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

I am not the first person to go abroad. Should you ever choose to do the same, there are times when you will feel a grand connection with all the people who have gone before you. Read More »...

Forced off campus, TPUSA event goes off without a fuss

Forced off campus, TPUSA event goes off without a fuss

Shane Rene, Managing Editor
October 22, 2018
Filed under News

DePaul University’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter was scheduled to host their “Campus Clash” tour event with conservative activists Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens Tuesday Oct. 16, but both the “campus” and “clash” failed to make an appearance. After DePaul denied the event permission...

‘Jackass’ and the evolution of comedy

‘Jackass’ and the evolution of comedy

Amanda Krupp, Contributing Writer
May 29, 2018
Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

For as long as anyone can remember, comedy has been an ever-evolving, boundary pushing genre with varying tastes for audiences everywhere. Over time, it has morphed from politically charged humor (such as in the films of Charlie Chaplin), to positive explorations of feminism (like “The Mary Tyler Mo...

James Franco’s “snub” can create a wave of change in Hollywood

James Franco’s “snub” can  create a wave of change in Hollywood

Mackenzie Murtaugh, Opinions Editor
January 29, 2018
Filed under Opinions

The Motion Picture Academy announced the 90th Oscar nominations on Jan. 23 to much anticipated debate. This year’s award season is particularly fiery due to the upheaval of a number of Hollywood abusers, beginning with the New York Times and New Yorker’s expose on the sexual misconduct allegations o...

Electoral College meets amid effort to deny Trump presidency

Electoral College meets amid effort to deny Trump presidency

Associated Press
December 19, 2016
Filed under Nation & World, Politics

And you thought Election Day was in November. Electors are set to gather in every state on Monday to formally elect Donald Trump president even as anti-Trump forces try one last time to deny him the White House. Protesters gathered at some state capitals, but they are unlikely to persuade the Ele...

Local shops offer different types of bikes for each need

Joseph Lu
May 30, 2016
Filed under Focus

Bicycles are no longer just a means of getting somewhere but can be used for making a fashion statement, recreational use, exercise and competition. Read More »...

Briefs: Russia enters Syria, Oregon shooting, Carson’s statements

Briefs: Russia enters Syria, Oregon shooting, Carson’s statements

Rachel Hinton
October 4, 2015
Filed under Nation & World

This week, Russia intervened in the war in Syria, Republican candidate Ben Carson continued his controversial rhetoric on Muslims and 10 were killed in an Oregon college shooting. Read More »...

Review: Ryn Weaver – ‘The Fool’

Review: Ryn Weaver – ‘The Fool’

Kevin Quin
June 17, 2015
Filed under Arts/Life, Music

If love is a game, Ryn Weaver is playing by her own rules. Read More »...

Pride Parade draws in millions, celebrates Illinois same-sex marriage law

Pride Parade draws in millions, celebrates Illinois same-sex marriage law

Amanda Crane
July 6, 2014
Filed under Metro, News

Last Sunday’s 45th Annual Chicago pride parade celebrated the city’s first parade since same-sex marriage was legalized in Illinois this past February. The four-mile parade kicked off at noon at Montrose and Broadway and ended at Diversey and Sheridan. An estimate form the Chicago Police Department...

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