Staff Editorial

A Phoenix news reporter, on the trail of a story about Loyola’s above-average abundance of women in STEM programs, emailed several professors from the department to try to set up interviews for a piece in …

Staff Editorial

When Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney took office in 2016, she said one of her goals was to mitigate tuition increases at Loyola. Three years after she took power, she announced the highest tuition increase …

Staff Editorial

The 2020 presidential election is closer than we think, some say. But what do we sacrifice when we adopt that kind of mindset? In an arguably unprecedented political climate, all eyes are on what will …

Staff Editorial

Now that J.B. Pritzker has been sworn in as the next governor, bringing unilateral Democratic Party control to the state, he’ll begin to implement his expansive agenda. One winning issue for Pritzker has been cannabis …

Staff Editorial

Loyola is growing. This growth impacts class sizes, the school’s national standing, the shuttle system, the Campus Safety department’s ability to protect students and, most immediately, where students live.  The housing crisis at Loyola has …

Staff Editorial

Small Business Saturday isn’t the only day people should support local businesses, and after the fall Rogers Park has had, it’s more crucial than ever to shop local during the holiday season.  This fall, the …

Staff Editorial

It was a normal day on Monday, Nov. 19 when a man walked into the parking lot at Mercy Hospital with a gun tucked into his waistband. It was still a normal day when he …

Staff Editorial

As another semester comes and goes, The Phoenix has been forced to deal with — and write about — an issue we’ve seen time and again: university transparency. Most often, this comes in the form …