Opinion

After an anonymous White House employee penned a letter to The New York Times this September claiming to be involved in an internal movement to “thwart parts of [President Trump’s] agenda and his worst inclinations”, …

Opinion

The world is rapidly and undoubtedly degrading due to anthropogenic impact — it’s a fact.  This is made evident by overly-polluted bodies of water due to deadly runoff of industrial agriculture, methane pollution in the …

Opinion

Just as 2018 is not 1974, the investigation into Trump-Russia collusion isn’t Watergate. In the hyperbole of the current political climate, this fact remains Watergate uncovered far more information far more quickly than Robert Mueller’s …

Opinion

The 2016 election was a watershed moment for the Democratic Party. After a contentious presidential primary which divided the party into two separate camps, Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump marked the start of a …

Staff Editorial

In the fight to uphold the credibility and dignity of the work done by reporters for The Phoenix and other news outlets, this week delivered a crushing blow to the cause. The New York Times …

Staff Editorial

Midterm elections don’t get the credit they deserve. While presidential elections have usually drawn the biggest voter turnout numbers, midterms have always proven to be just as consequential — yet their turnout numbers are dismal. …

Opinion

  Perhaps one of the greatest legal debates that’s persisted since the ratification of the U.S. Constitution has been: what is the most important consideration for a judge in reaching a decision?Is it contemporary social …

Ask Amy

Hi Amy, I’m a freshman at Loyola this year and it’s the first time I’ve ever had a roommate. I thought your college roommate was supposed to be your best friend, but we never really …