Coronavirus

Health officials announced a jump in Illinoisans affected by COVID-19 — the disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus — with 1,209 new cases and 53 additional deaths, bringing Illinois’ total to 8,904 confirmed cases …

Opinion

As the opinion editor for The Phoenix, my job consists of searching my thoughts and feelings on a subject and reporting my findings to readers. Since I’ve been confined to my apartment the past couple …

Opinion

Graduation has been postponed to August. The senior bar crawl has been canceled. What should’ve been two months of celebrating the end of your time at Loyola has turned into two months of living with …

Opinion

As social distancing has become the best way to slow the rapid expansion of COVID-19 — the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus — many people have had to self-quarantine. I became one of …

Opinion

We have some people to thank. And by “we,” we’re not talking about The Phoenix Editorial Board. We’re talking about the Loyola student body. Since we happen to have a page of print space dedicated …

Opinion

Like students across the country, our world was turned upside down when Loyola announced March 12 it would be moving classes online. Students were given a week to get out of residence halls amid the …

Opinion

My last year at Loyola and The Phoenix has come full circle. In August I wrote “It’s Not the End of the World — Yet,” a commentary on growing concerns over global warming and tensions …

Media

As Loyola students transition to online classes and off-campus living, Opinion Editor Adrian Nevarez and Video Editor Molly Gaglione ask Loyola students for their opinions on Loyola’s course of action to mitigate the spread of …