by Juules Banks / Editor-in-Chief by Renya Eggstrada / Editor-in-Chief This article is from the Torch’s satire issue, the Scorch. There were none.
by Raneen El-Barbarawi / Assistant Editor As the sun shines brighter and more people are getting the chance to go outside, Roosevelt University students have discussed their hopes that Chicago’s weather will remain warm for the rest of the winter…. Read More ›
by Amanda Landwehr / Section Editor On Feb. 11, Chicago’s newest attraction opened its doors to the public. Located in the city’s northside, the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit brings over 90 of the artist’s most famous works to life. Over… Read More ›
by Kristin McKee / Roosevelt Editor Despite COVID-19 suspending the music scene’s ability to flourish through concert tours and festivals, music composition has continued on as normal for many musicians. From Taylor Swift’s “folklore” and “evermore” albums to Charli XCX’s… Read More ›
by Aero Cavalier / Staff Reporter On Nov. 7, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris were announced winners of the 2020 presidential election. This historical election makes sitting president, Donald Trump, the first incumbent to lose his reelection… Read More ›