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 …

Opinion

Records were broken this year. Some sobering — such as COVID-19 infections and deaths —  but others offered a glimmer of hope in dire times.  While votes are still being counted, this election saw record …

Staff Editorial

When Loyola closed its campus in the spring and abruptly sent students home due to COVID-19, most professors were extra patient with students as they adjusted to stay-at-home orders and the uncertainty of living through …

Opinion

For months, students have been bombarded by adults and organizations — including Loyola just a couple weeks ago — telling us young folk to get out and do our civic duty this Election Day. These …

Opinion

The second Monday of every October is Indigenous Peoples Day — though some states and cities such as Illinois and Chicago continue to celebrate it as Columbus Day. Loyola’s administration has yet to officially recognize …

Opinion

The world has just over seven years before the effects of climate change become irreversible, according to a new clock in Manhattan’s Union Square. A commendable measure? Maybe, but the clock’s message is misplaced. Sitting …

Opinion

While the first presidential debate Sept. 29 left many viewers struggling to grasp more than a few sentences over the often cacophonic battle for the mic, one moment could be heard loud and clear by …

Opinion

Now that Loyola students have settled in for the fourth week of mostly online school, the robotic routine of waking up, taking classes, doing remote work duties and sleeping at normal hours may seem a …