Opinion

As the dust of the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournaments settles this weekend, there’s one thing The Phoenix Editorial Board must mention — the problematic difference in how the NCAA treats its men’s and …

Staff Editorial

Last weekend, the streets surrounding Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus were filled with cheers — oftentimes flowing out of apartment windows — each time the Loyola men’s basketball team scored. When the Ramblers beat the University …

Staff Editorial

For the fourth time in Loyola’s history, the men’s basketball team is on its way to the college basketball event of the year — NCAA’s March Madness. After over 365 days without traditional campus life, …

Opinion

Since classes resumed in late January, Chicago has experienced what feels like a near-endless pile-up of snow. Foot-tall mounds of weeks-old powder flank sidewalks, multi-story apartments are adorned with long dripping icicles and some streetside …

Staff Editorial

There’s no question Loyola is different this year. No one is cramming into the Mundelein Center for the Fine and Performing Arts elevators, nabbing extra cookies from Damen Dining or getting blown over in a …

Staff Editorial

A pandemic. A far-right storming of the U.S. Capitol. Global economic instability and mass demonstrations for racial equity and justice. To use a phrase we’re all sick of hearing: we’re living in unprecedented times.  But …

Staff Editorial

As some in-person spring classes resume at Loyola — with some students moving into dorms — the university has scaled up its COVID-19 restrictions and testing resources. Rightfully strict enforcement of proper COVID-19 protocols, such as …

Opinion

With the holiday season around the corner, it’s vital to understand the severity of the coronavirus pandemic and act accordingly when it comes to Thanksgiving gatherings. Despite efforts from Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Illinois …