Opinion

The phrase “you’re not like other girls” has been embodied in film, books and television repetitively by traditionally male counterparts who ogle at how a female character is different. It’s become a media trope, appearing …

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I saw a broadway show last week and was extremely disappointed when I approached a trash can to toss my cup of coffee. Their Trash/ Bottles&Cans/ Plastics garbage cans lacked dividers and all led to …

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Almost everyone has a distant relative on Facebook whose political views completely contradict their own; it’s a tale as old as the internet. It takes everything in you not to drown their timeline in comments …

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The world is rapidly and undoubtedly degrading due to anthropogenic impact — it’s a fact.  This is made evident by overly-polluted bodies of water due to deadly runoff of industrial agriculture, methane pollution in the …

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Embarking on my first experience living in Europe (for more than a few tourism-laced weeks) left me feeling uneasy about plunging into an entirely new culture. The thought of being an unwanted visitor crawled under …

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Hannibal Buress, a Chicago-born comedian, headlined Loyola’s 2018 Colossus, an annual two-night concert and comedy event put on by the university’s Department of Programming (DOP). When the highly anticipated performance began, Buress opened his show …

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On Feb. 21, President Donald Trump invited the survivors and families of the Parkland, Florida school shooting, a massacre leaving 17 dead and many others wounded, for discussion and reflection on the tragedy. While Trump …

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Since the beginning of President Donald Trump’s campaign, he has claimed to be an avid supporter of the middle class, saying, “[the working class] are the forgotten men and women of our country,” and his …