• Review: Matisyahu Concert In Chicago

    By Jose Burgos | Posted October 30, 2015


    Mathew Paul Miller, better known by his Hebrew and stage name Matisyahu, performed at the North Shore of Performing of Arts in Skokie near Chicago on October 29th. Him and his band gave an intimate show to the audience in the enclosed and compact theatre that holds 867 guests. His soothing voice echoed and bounced [...]

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  • The Syrian Refugee Crisis

    By Zahid Alvarez | Posted October 21, 2015


    The moral indignation of people across the world blazed with fury when photos of a lifeless 3-year-old boy laying face-down washed up on a beach of Turkey appeared on the front page of many papers internationally.   His name was Aylan Kurdi, one of the thousands of refugees of the Syrian conflict who have drowned [...]

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  • Letter from the Editor: LGBT History Month

    By Arielle Vega | Posted October 20, 2015


    For those of you that don’t already know, October is LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) history month. It is a month when we look back through all of LGBT history and remember the struggles and important people that led us to this point in time today.   “Writers who are activists are very rarely [...]

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  • Review: Reddington Returns More Determined Than Ever

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted October 20, 2015


    “The Blacklist” is arguably one of the best shows on TV and it appears that it’s going to stay that way for a long time. The Season 3 premiere on Oct. 1 left its viewers at the edge of their seats with many questions still to be answered. “The Blacklist” is a well-written show that [...]

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  • Review: Trivium Reinventing Their Sound

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted October 20, 2015


    On Oct. 2, Trivium released their new album “Silence in the Snow.” Trivium’s older stuff, with the exception of “The Crusade,” was heavy and the lyrics were screamed for the most part, which can be a headache for many people. For those that love that sort of music, it was pure bliss. “Silence in the [...]

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  • The Underachievers At The Metro Chicago

    By Jose Burgos | Posted October 19, 2015

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    The Underachievers played a show at the Metro near the north side of Chicago, IL October 16th as they continue their North America tour. Promoting their new album Evermore: The Art of Duality, artists Bodega Bamz, Pouya and the Buffet Boys, and Kirk Knight opened up the show, raising the crowd of young fans with their electrifying [...]

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  • Giveaway: Paranormal Activity the Ghost Dimension

    By Morton College News | Posted October 17, 2015


     Win a pass to see an advanced screening of Paranormal Activity the Ghost Dimension on Thursday Oct. 22  at 7:30 p.m. at AMC Showplace Cicero 14.   In the link below enter your information required for the screening. Contest ends Oct. 20. Winner will receive an advanced ticket. Tickets are not transferable and you will [...]

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  • Gabriela Mata discusses her new role in Student Activities

    By Arielle Vega | Posted October 6, 2015


    Gabriela Mata graduated from Northeastern Illinois University this past May with a Bachelor of Arts in Latino and Latin American Studies. She stayed an extra year at NEIU because she really wanted to just gain more experience working with students, student organizations, student activities event planning and etc.   “I feel like I literally just [...]

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