• Fullriede understood balancing school and family

    By Morton College News | Posted September 30, 2015

    FullriedeNewsThumb

    The personable Fullriede, who retires as Morton College’s athletic director on July 1st, juggled trying to be a good husband, a good father, a good student and a good football player and making ends meet. He and his wife of 46 years, Marge, were married at 19 and had their first child a year later. [...]

    Read More

  • Review: Mad Decent Block Party Chicago

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted September 28, 2015

    Diplo By Jesus J. Montero

    Before the gates even opened for Chicago’s Mad Decent Block Party stop, it was set up for a controversial return.   Originally Mad Decent Block Party made its way back to Chicago after its 2012 disaster when the event reached its capacity. The event told the hundreds waiting to get in that the event was [...]

    Read More

  • Review: Cody Simpson at Concord Music Hall

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted September 26, 2015

    cody simpson (2)

      Last night Australian pop singer Cody Simpson performed at Concord Music Hall apart of AER’s “One of a Kind” nationwide tour.   Usually under the media spotlight for his personal relationships with Kylie Jenner and Miley Cyrus, Simpson is an artist on the rise. Getting his start singing cover songs on YouTube, Simpson now [...]

    Read More

  • Taylor Swift Brings Successful Tour to Chicago

    By Erika Zuniga | Posted September 24, 2015

    11117272_693406220763430_3063299141092890299_o

    Taylor Swift brought her 1989 world tour to Soldier Field in July, performing in front of 55,000 fans two nights in a row. It was one of the most anticipated concerts of the summer.   Swift came back from a two-year hiatus to drop one of the most successful albums from this decade. She sold [...]

    Read More

  • Review: Iron Maiden’s Newest Masterpiece Doesn’t Disappoint

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

    BookofSouls

    Heavy metal titan Iron Maiden recently released its highly anticipated 16th studio album “The Book of Souls.” After the initial completion of the album, lead singer Bruce Dickinson found out he had a cancerous tumor in both his head and neck. The band decided that they wouldn’t release the finalized version of the album until [...]

    Read More

  • Review: Five Finger Death Punch Disappoints with ‘Got Your Six’

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

    FFDP-Got-Your-Six-Album-Cover

    Five Finger Death Punch’s newest album, “Got Your Six,” is less than perfect. There was speculation as to whether this album would even be released after the band had an onstage meltdown in Memphis in May. On top of that, lead singer Ivan Moody was accused of domestic violence in August, but all charges were [...]

    Read More

  • Review: Disturbed ‘Immortalized’ in Heavy Metal History

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

    disturbed-4ddfc6ab0a985

    Disturbed has come out of a four-year hibernation to rock the world once again. Their newest album, “Immortalized,” is their first studio album in nearly five years. The album packs quite a punch and it is significantly better than their last studio album “Asylum.” “Immortalized” is not just helping Disturbed become immortalized in heavy metal [...]

    Read More

  • The First of Many Letters from the Editor

    By Arielle Vega | Posted September 22, 2015

    GSW-VEGA

    Welcome back, everyone! I know summer break feels like it was just yesterday and the weather lately still feels like summer. I am the new Editor-in-chief of the Collegian newspaper.   Like I tell all my new recruits, this is a newspaper by the students for the students. The Collegian is so much more than [...]

    Read More

Social News

FOLLOW US

MOST RECENT MORTON NEWS
STUDENT BLOGGERS
  • TWITTER FEED
    The connection to twitter has returned an error. Please try again later.

Contact Us

Morton College
3801 S. Central Ave.
Cicero, IL 60804
Phone: 708-656-8000

Email: collegian@morton.edu

    Social News

  • Facebook
  • Twitter