If we understand the dangers of labeling tendencies, our mentalities can shift to reversing the dehumanizing manner in which we view those within the justice system. Changing a perspective that has been unintentionally engrained in some minds and overall society throughout history is not easy.
While this spring break vacations seem like fun and games, spring break as a whole seems to have gotten out of hand. It’s not necessary, not even permissible, to cause harm while doing so.
Trump has continuously discredited newspapers and other media outlets, and though the perpetrator of these claims is our president, his criticism is not going without backlash and increased public support of newspapers and reporters.
As a nation, we are often quick to proclaim that we operate according to our Constitution’s foundational values, but are they actually being upheld in our society? The answer to that question is an indisputable “no.”
While we some may be terrified by the election results, we are not defeated. In a diverse environment such as Loyola, students and fellow Americans are encouraged to spread as much love as possible.
After reading “The Days After,” an article published in the Oct. 26 issue of The PHOENIX, Loyola student Mary Norkol wasn’t so sure she could be confident in the university’s responsiveness to situations of sexual assault.
Over the past week, it has been difficult, if not impossible, to log on to an online platform without seeing the name Brock Turner in a tweet, Facebook status or news article. Most people know …