Opinion

Last​ ​week,​ ​Americans​ ​remembered​ ​the​ ​tragedy​ ​that​ ​struck​ ​the​ ​United​ ​States​ ​16 years​ ​ago ​—​ the​ ​Sept.​ ​11​ ​terrorist​ ​attack​ ​on​ ​the​ ​World​ ​Trade​ ​Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington D.C.; …

Staff Editorial

Women in any career face struggles that men don’t — including white women making 80 cents for every dollar a white man makes, while women of color make even less — and women in sports …

Women's Soccer

Fresh off a win at home on Sept. 8, the Loyola women’s soccer team (6-3, 1-0) headed to Iowa and beat Big-10 Conference foe University of Iowa (3-0). This season has marked high scoring games …

The lingering smell of mud, sweat and cigarettes means one thing: The contemporary-punk festival, Riot Fest, took over Douglas Park for its 12th consecutive year, and there couldn’t have been a better weekend for it. …

Iconic rock band, The Foo Fighters, decides to return to its musical roots with high-energy, heavy music.

Darren Aronofsky may have marked himself as a man of intensity when he released previous films, such as “Black Swan” and “Requiem for a Dream.” Now, with his latest work, the writer and director has …

Campus

As an assistant professor in the psychology department at Loyola, Wakefield is researching how we learn through different types of movement experiences: namely, “actions” and “gestures.” She distinguishes between the two by defining actions as things we do that physically manipulate the world, and a gesture as something that can represent information, but not actually manipulate the world.

News

Loyola fell in placement because six other universities scored at 49 and technically tied for 98th place — Auburn University, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of New Hampshire, University of Oregon, University of South Carolina and University of Tennessee.