Special Issue

The rapid legalization of cannabis use across the United States helped normalize the use of the drug for things such as pain, stress relief and insomnia. One organization not budging on its rules and its …

Men's Basketball

Just days after junior college (JUCO) player Keith Clemons committed to the Loyola men’s basketball roster, the team filled its last scholarship spot for the 2019-20 season with another JUCO player Tuesday evening. Jalon Pipkins …

Men's Basketball

In the first round of the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) March 19, Loyola head coach Porter Moser realized his team wouldn’t be able to make a comeback. With fifteen seconds left, Moser called for a …

News

Members of the Loyola graduate student union gathered on the East Quad March 21 in their latest move to fight for a contract with the university. The event was organized by the Loyola Worker Coalition, …

Men's Basketball

During his redshirt junior year, Marques Townes didn’t receive any recognition for his efforts on the Loyola men’s basketball team. He watched as teammates got Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Player of the Year, Defensive Player …

Arch Madness

Creating posters is an integral part to a fan’s experience at Arch Madness. Many hope to get on the big screen, while others just want to give recognition to players. From Marques Townes to Franklin …

Arch Madness

It was loud. Fans were packed in so tightly no one could move. Only an aisle was stretched down the middle, left there so the Loyola’s men’s basketball team could walk through. Leading all of …

Arch Madness

In what could’ve been considered the most wide open Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament in recent memory, the “madness” returned to Arch Madness March 7-10 as a No. 5 seed and No. 6 seed competed …