Opinion

As the 2020 election season kicks off, liberals are mistakenly hopeful impeachment is the solution to the United States’ problems. In reality, impeachment would only rid us of the current president without solving deeper issues …

Opinion

A Pulitzer Prize finalist (team reporting) and former Chicago Tribune columnist, editor and writing coach, Lou Carlozo was faculty advisor to the Loyola Phoenix from 2002-2008. He writes about investment for U.S. News & World …

Staff Editorial

As more and more college students report they feel stressed, depressed and anxious — no doubt in part due to the rigors of university life — Loyola’s Wellness Center has been trying to catch up …

Opinion

How far has black America come? Honestly, not far at all. As the conclusion to black history month nears the black community must honestly address the condition of black America. Black America still struggles with …

Staff Editorial

On Feb. 24, 2018, one male Loyola student of color was detained by Campus Safety in the Damen Student Center while another female student was manhandled by an officer. This event set off a month …

Opinion

Students know woefully little about the world, and schools are to blame. As a nation, the U.S. has never prioritized geography as a subject, and it’s had a negative impact on American politics, culture and …

Opinion

Rogers Park is a culturally unique neighborhood in the city. In the 1800s, Irish and German settlers began to buy property in the community. Fast-forward to the present and the area is home to residents …

Opinion

Anyone who took an American history class likely saw a video called “Duck and Cover.” The video was created in the 1950s and shows a procedure for children to practice in case they’re in school …