I was hoping I would never have to write a letter of this nature. But just as we work to hold others accountable, we must do the same for ourselves in the newsroom. Recently, it …

Hi, everyone. My name is Julie Whitehair and I will be leading The PHOENIX this year as editor-in-chief. From political protests to Loyola features, I’ve covered a lot of ground in my two years spent …

In the March 22 issue of The PHOENIX, our editorial board published a piece called “Greek life needs to acknowledge, fix harmful ‘traditions.’” Since then, that piece has been getting a lot of attention — both good and bad.

A university cannot rely on its past acknowledgments when it is at fault, just as a newspaper cannot rely on its past awards when a mistake is found within its pages. Just as The PHOENIX now has the difficult task of rebuilding our readers’ trust, the university must realize regaining the faith of its students will not be easy and it will not happen quickly.

This week, I have been completely lacking inspiration, creativity and motivation. School work, encroaching midterms and the heavy news weeks Loyola has had lately have taken a lot of energy out of me. My personal …

This week, our top story is about the most recent rise in tuition. Just about every year, tuition increases. We receive and email alert informing us about a 4 or 2.5 percent increase, and for …

Something struck me this week. With everything going on in life—homework, editing, drama, learning to budget like an adult—I’ve been getting worked up a lot. I let things such as my upcoming graduation and a …

The past week and a half has been a whirlwind. This university has a lot going on and even as editor-in-chief of this newspaper, I have found it difficult to keep up. The one thing I know during …