Campus Safety says the blue lights increase student safety, but can’t provide data to prove it.
Opinion Editor Adrian Nevarez and Video Editor Molly Gaglione ask Loyola students about the stories and meanings behind their tattoos.
Changing water filters around campus is the responsibility of facilities yet they rely on individuals to report expired filters.
Opinion Editor Adrian Nevarez and Video Editor Molly Gaglione ask Loyola students their input on the 2020 Grammy’s premiering this Sunday.
Following a two-year effort by Loyola’s student government, the university is offering American Sign Language classes for the first time this spring.
It happens at the most intense moment of a game — Porter Moser’s jacket toss. It’s a trademark moment at Loyola men’s basketball game, but there’s more to it than just a piece of clothing.
For some students, college is a place where they can make their own decisions. For others, parents track their locations, making it difficult to be independent.
In this week’s episode of Unscripted, Managing Editor Emily Rosca and Arts Film Critic Lucas Naber discuss “Knives Out,” director Rian Johnson’s latest whodunit comedy.