News

Last night, more than sixty Loyola students packed the fourth floor of the Information Commons for a non-partisan watch party for the first Presidential debate.

Opinion

In an election cycle that has been tumultuous at best, one of the few constants has been a dominant tone of nationalism and identity politics. The Trump campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” has become …

Campus

Students rarely stay on campus after fulfilling the residency requirement to live in university housing for two years. This year, only 17 percent of juniors and about 8 percent of seniors remain in on-campus housing.

Opinion

Do Colin Kaepernick’s actions deserve special attention because they stepped on the sanctity of a national symbol? They shouldn’t.

Opinion

When packing for college, distress flares are the first things that come to mind. However, in the first month of collegiate life, “SOS” calls made home become as regular as the rampant bunnies on campus. …

Opinion

After the shootings in Newtown, Aurora, Umpqua Community College, Charleston and now Orlando, Chicago gun laws have consistently been used as evidence that gun control does not work. Despite being under Democratic control and having …

Campus

The Title IX office is based on the Education Amendments of 1971. The federal law prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender and covers offenses such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence …

Breaking

How would you improve the 49th Ward? That is the literal $1 million question that Alderman Joe Moore is asking Rogers Park residents as the 49th Ward begins a new cycle of participatory budgeting, a …