Associate Director of Financial Aid Processing–The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago has an opening for the Associate Director of Financial Aid Processing in the Student Financial Services office!! Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred. 3-5 years of experience in administering financial aid for a private university setting preferred. PeopleSoft experience and Microsoft Excel experience strongly preferred. Supervisory experience required. Applicants may apply at http://www.artic.edu/careers For more than 150 … Continue reading Associate Director of Financial Aid Processing–The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

IT: Chapter Two Built on Brilliance or Just Another Stinky Sequel?

Review by Ashley Hanson   In 2017, IT: Chapter One (the much-anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s acclaimed horror novel, It) was perhaps one of the most pleasantly surprising and riveting installations in what’s become a seemingly endless Hollywood trend. All of us cinephiles—especially in the middlemost generations like the Millennials and Gen Z-ers—have either settled comfortably into the idea of “remake culture” (where almost every … Continue reading IT: Chapter Two Built on Brilliance or Just Another Stinky Sequel?

Two Bands Making Headway in the Quad Cities

  Two Bands Making Headway in the Quad Cities By: Clare Possin   The Quad Cities has some amazing bands that perform all original music. Leather Parachute is a local band from Illinois City, Illinois. They have been together for approximately three years. Their original music and unique sound draw a crowd generally interested in punk-rock tunes. The lead singer, Zac Price, writes all original … Continue reading Two Bands Making Headway in the Quad Cities

Netflix Reviews: TV Show List

TV SHOW LIST To continue from my list of movies last week, I thought I would share with you my favorite television shows on Netflix for this week. I recommend each of these shows for different reasons, but mainly because I feel are worth watching—some should be watched a few times!   Show Genre Favorite Character Rate Imposters Crime/Comedy Ezra, Rob Heaps, one of the … Continue reading Netflix Reviews: TV Show List