School is out, summer blockbusters are in. The Torch staff wants to know: what summer movie are you most excited about?
Arts & Entertainment
by Samantha Reid firstname.lastname@example.org Chicago’s summer festival season gets a fair share of hype, most of which is directed at Lollapalooza and the music scene. However, movie buffs have a lot to look forward to as well– most notably, the… Read More ›
By Samantha Reid email@example.com Books ‘The GoldFinch’ At 800 plus pages, Donna Tartt’s novel “The Goldfinch” doesn’t exactly qualify as a light summer read. But this best-seller is the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner, to boot and is definitely worth a… Read More ›
By Courtney Clark firstname.lastname@example.org Defining what makes an album a classic album is a challenging and contentious task for music lovers. Australian rapper Iggy Azalea released her debut album, “The New Classic” on April 22, in hopes that critics and… Read More ›
By Daniel Johanson email@example.com The annual performance known as Vivid allows the entirety of the Chicago College of Performing Arts to reach across departmental borders to showcase what the university has to offer. Vivid 2014, which will be held April… Read More ›