Loyola women’s basketball regular season ends with a thud against Northern Iowa

Loyola vs. UNI

By Patrick Engel Medill Reports Nearly every shot is met with a hand in the face. Passing lanes open for a fleeting moment. Screens are called out so everyone in the building can hear. Switches and double teams come fast, and deflections are frequent. This is what it’s like to face Northern Iowa’s defense, often […]

The maker of a community’s book-space

By Vangmayi Parakala Medill Reports You’ll most likely miss it. If you’re new to Evanston, you’ll wonder whether the fabled bookstore Bookends & Beginnings still exists. Because when your smartphone map announces, “you have arrived at your destination,” you’ll be looking not at books, but at the overflowing outside of a university merchandise store. Where […]

Three Chicagoans lead the USA Sled Hockey Team into the 2018 Paralympics

By Chris Kwiecinski Medill Reports ROLLING MEADOWS – With the pomp and circumstance coming from the Winter Olympics, it’s easy to forget the 2018 Paralympics compete just two weeks after. Athletes have trained and prepared to compete in five sports, and begin their Games on March 9. Illinois’ three sled hockey players, Josh Misiewicz, Brody […]