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Spiderman: No Way Home Review

“Spiderman: No Way Home” Review

Leslie Lozada, Campus Life Editor February 4, 2022

“Spiderman: No Way Home,” the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, appeared on the silver screen in late December 2021 and is still a highly popular movie one month on. For those that have...

Feature: Jennifers Thrill for Vintage Frills

Feature: Jennifer’s Thrill for Vintage Frills

Alisa Scott, Writer February 4, 2022

  Lifelong Chicagoan and millennial, Jennifer Kelly, owns Vintage Frills, a resale boutique located on 2846 N. Milwaukee Avenue. Kelly soft launched her boutique on June 1, 2021 and has since...

Intro to Artist of the Week Section

Intro to Artist of the Week Section

Savannah Owens, Production Manager February 4, 2022

For the first time ever Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) newspaper, The Independent, will be featuring work from NEIU’s artists on a biweekly basis in conjunction with our print and digital releases.   It’s...

Book Cover for Stella Kuwonus first novel, 30ANS When Everything Fails at 30. Photo Credits: Amazon

Interview with Stella Kuwonu, Author of “30 ans: When Everything Fails at 30”

Ryland Pietras, Managing Editor January 30, 2022

Toward the end of Fall 2021 semester Stella Kuwonu, a 28-year-old political science major at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU), self-published her first novel, “30 Ans: When Everything Fails at...

Howard Beach. A Climate Change Cautionary Tale.

Howard Beach. A Climate Change Cautionary Tale.

Erwin Lopez Rada, Sports Editor December 15, 2021

Howard Beach, located along the north shore of the city, has always had a personal significance to me. It was where I met Lake Michigan—and really, the beauty of Chicago—for the first time seven years...

Eternals Assemble Eternals reviews

“Eternals Assemble” “Eternals” reviews

Leslie Lozada, Campus Life Editor December 15, 2021

Eternals (2021) is a new Marvel movie about a group of super beings known as Eternals who were sent to Earth thousands of years ago by the Celestial called Arishem, a Celestial ancient being, in order...

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Review

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Review

Angie Ybarra, Writer November 30, 2021

A great read.  I highly recommend that you read this coming-of-age young adult book.  Take that well-deserved break from studying, curl up with a good book and enjoy the memories this book invokes in...

The Craft Review

The Craft Review

Leslie Lozada, Campus Life Editor October 28, 2021

What do you get when you have a trio of high school girls, one newcomer, and magic? Well, you’ll have “The Craft”!   “The Craft,” released in 1996, is a film where a group of high...

Candyman (1992) review

Leslie Lozada, Campus Life Editor October 28, 2021

“Candyman” is a 1992 classic of a film. This film, about the mythological figure called Candyman, centers on Helen as she is writing a thesis at her university about the residents of Cabrini-Green,...

A Book Worth a Read: “The Anarchist Handbook” by Michael Malice

A Book Worth a Read: “The Anarchist Handbook” by Michael Malice

Monty Stites, Editor In Chief October 28, 2021

“The Anarchist Handbook,” organized by Michael Malice, the author of “Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il” and “The New Right: A Journey to the Fringe of American Politics,”...

Repo The Genetic Opera Review

Repo The Genetic Opera Review

Leslie Lozada, Campus Life Editor October 22, 2021

“Let your life be your dream Integrity, honesty, its too late for me Don't look back till your free to chase the morning” From “Repo! The Genetic Opera” Are you in the mood for a gorey...

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Angie Ibarra, Writer October 22, 2021

  www.Internationalpodcastday.com Podcasts have been around for a while now. In fact, the first podcast to air was actually called an audio blog and it was not until 2004 that the first podcast...

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