A Statement from WLUW

June 12, 2020 wluwfmchicago 0

The WLUW executive staff unequivocally affirm that Black Lives Matter. We condemn the racist murders of Black people in our country by the hands of both police and those who believed that another’s Blackness gave them the license to police their behavior and take their life. This includes the murders […]

Bluefecta Virtual Festival: A Musical Mission for Midwest Voters

September 16, 2020 wluwfmchicago 0

By: Epiphany Johnican Tomorrow, September 17,  Windy City Indie will launch “Bluefecta,” a livestream concert full of healing, hope and connection through the arts. The event headliners will be led by Chicago-based rapper Ric Wilson, who released They Call Me Disco with Terrance Martin earlier this year. Other performances will […]

Black Lives Matter at Loyola and Songs of Protest – OurstreetsLUC

August 30, 2020 wluwfmchicago 0

The end of August at Loyola University is usually an entirely predictable experience. Freshmen unpack their parents’ cars, move into the dorms and say their tear-filled goodbyes. Welcome Week begins in full force; first with the annual Commencement ceremony, then the student organization fair occupies Gentile Arena and eventually both […]

WLUW Recommends: Bandcamp Friday

August 7, 2020 wluwfmchicago 0

By: Allison Lapinski At the start of quarantine, the music sharing site Bandcamp immediately responded with relief for musicians via Bandcamp Fridays. The first Friday of every month gives 100% of the revenue to the artist. This is imperative to artists without a stable income or health insurance in the […]