Featured, Opinion

The Heart of Campus

By Caleb McCoy  North Park campus boasts many salient features ranging from the iconic brick of Old Main to the ivy crawling up Caroline Hall to the new gleaming steel and glass of the Johnson center. Yet all these features are eclipsed by the simple beauty of the North Branch of the Chicago River, the […]

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Featured, Opinion

Letter to the Editor from Rachel Boge

The thing that makes the world a beautiful place to me is all the difference. God has gifted each person with such a different mind. Because of that difference, I get to have my eyes opened in ways that make me completely question my way of thinking. The world would be so boring without that […]

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Culture, Featured

Unite to End Rape Culture

By Jorie Dybcio  Behind closed doors lie identities stripped and dignities broken. Behind closed doors lie gender-less humans seeking justice. Closing those doors is an entire community turning a blind eye to the existence of rape culture on North Park campus. However, for the week of April 11–15, North Parkers decided to open the doors […]

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Culture

Chicago Intensive Reflection

By Jorie Dybcio  North Park claims that “we engage Chicago as our dynamic place of learning and service; Chicago is our classroom and all Chicagoans are our teachers.” While this prevails as true for some students who have the chance to venture into Chicago through programs such as Honors Congress, there is still a sum […]

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Hello Professor

Hello Professor

By Faith Zamblé For our last “Hello Professor” segment of the year, I had the chance to sit down with Dr. Peter St. Jean, one of North Park’s newest sociology professors; we talked about everything from peace to Chicago, and most importantly, how the two can fit together. Faith Zamblé: First question: where are you […]

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Featured, Hello Student

Hello Steve & Daniella

By Sam Bruns  Earlier this month, Junior Steve Smrt was elected president of North Park’s Student Government Administration (SGA) in a landslide victory. Smrt, along with his Vice President Daniela Mansour, has begun hastily preparing for the next school year. A team of students is being assembled for their executive committee while the elects brainstorm […]

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Arts & Entertainment, Featured

Cultural Film Fests

By Maddie Gombis  In accordance with North Park’s desire for students to engage the city as their classroom, Dr. Robert Hostetter offers a class during which he uses Chicago film festivals as a teaching tool. Throughout the summer, students have the opportunity to attend the Chicago International Film Series, work with Dr. Hostetter at the […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Media Guide for Israel and Palestine

By Katie Comfort  Through a variety of programs and organizations on campus, North Park has made outstanding efforts to educate about peaceful solutions to the conflict in Israel/Palestine. Since my freshman year I have been an active member of the Middle Eastern Student Association, where I developed relationships with Palestinian students that inspired me to […]

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Spectrum Sessions

SGA Presidential Interviews

Spectrum Sessions sat down with the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates for North Park’s Student Government Association. Click on the links below to hear their stance on important issues that will be addressed next year! Steve and Daniella Lewis and Megan    

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