Every week, my mom asks what my column is about. Then she asks me if she’s referenced in it. She usually is.  Then she follows that by asking when she’ll get a column that’s all …

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Everyone has that one teacher who changed school for them. I bet you’re thinking of them right now — that one conversation between the two of you that inspired you, how their class cleared up …

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Illinois residents are joining thousands across the country working and taking classes from home to help stem the spread of the novel 2019 coronavirus. Between online classes and binging the latest Netflix show, all the …

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Almost a year ago, I walked into The Phoenix’s newsroom for the first time as editor-in-chief.  Full of a confusing and daunting combination of anticipation and nerves, I found an envelope taped to my desktop. …

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Loyola is joining universities across the country in clearing on-campus dorms and requiring students to take classes online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants and bars in Illinois are closing their doors to …

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As restaurants and bars in Illinois shut their doors, schools cancel classes and Loyola students move home for the semester to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, boredom and restlessness may be looming. While …

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In one of the most expensive campaigns in state history, incumbent Kim Foxx won the Democratic primary for the Cook County State’s Attorney and will face Republican Pat O’Brien in the general election Nov. 3. …

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Sunday all bars and restaurants in the state would be closed for dine-in service until the end of the month in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the …