Opinion

Standardized testing has played a vital role in college admissions in the U.S., but some universities have started implementing policies that no longer require students to submit test scores when applying — Loyola should consider …

Opinion

It’s no secret newspapers are falling on hard times right now. But one local newspaper is struggling mightily — and, frankly, it’s sad to see. Over the last few years, the Chicago Tribune moved buildings …

Opinion

The world stopped as news broke that NBA legend Kobe Bryant had been killed in a helicopter crash in Southern California Jan. 26. Social media lit up as people expressed their disbelief. At the young …

Opinion

While Loyola is trying its best to balance a quality education, cutting-edge classroom technology and difficult schedules for professors, the School of Communication (SOC) bears the brunt of its effects.  With a noticeable increase in …

Opinion

At the end of this semester, 80 long-time and well-loved Loyola professors from a number of schools will bid farewell to campus, leaving behind tenures of 10 years or more and holes which will be …

Opinion

While far from glamorous, Chicago’s funky-smelling and wildly unpredictable public transportation system is part of the one-of-a-kind experience of going to school in this city. The 72-year-old transit system is one of the largest in …

Staff Editorial

College is hard to navigate. Students graduate high school and are suddenly forced to make major life decisions that will affect them for at least the next four years. At Loyola,  decisions such as enrolling …

Opinion

Student journalism took a hit this week at the hands of The Daily Northwestern. The Daily, Northwestern University’s student newspaper, published an editorial apologizing for its coverage of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaking on …