Cultural Cuisine: The African Restaurant You’ve Been Looking For

When you live in a foreign country, there comes a time when you desire things that will bring you back to your native culture. Knowing that it is difficult to find affordable and easily accessible African food in Chicago, Culturally Yours traveled the city and found a unique restaurant: Bolat African Cuisine. There, you will find healthy, non-processed, authentic African cuisine

The Art of Fashion: A Middle Eastern Celebration

If you haven’t been to the Middle East, you’re probably not familiar with the traditional wear of Arab culture. Most of us are only exposed to these individuals on television or through pictures and videos on the internet. A group of students in the Middle Eastern Student Association decided to break away from the negative

Hyde Park: Chicago’s Hidden Paradise

Have you ever visited a neighborhood where you remained fascinated and speechless? Have you ever been excited to visit a place, yet you were advised not to go? I had the same experience until I decided to break these stereotypes about some of Chicago’s neighborhoods. On my journey I discovered one of Chicago’s most beautiful

Students Organize Mission Trip for Flint Water Crisis

Most students spent their Easter weekend traveling home or taking the opportunity to relax after a difficult midterm season. These 18 students from a number of cultural organizations, instead decided to take justice into their own hands and travel to the predominantly Black city, ridden with poisoned water, to provide ground support and hear the stories of

Collegiate Protests Sweep the US: Loyola Workers Strike Back

A wave of students assembled onto the field in front of Klarchek Information Commons, following a scheduled student walk-out from evening classes. What began as a mere rumor from the anonymous group Loyola Black Voices, quickly escalated into the largest demonstration ever to take place at the Jesuit University. Events at the University of Missouri,