The “Fearless Girl” statue gives women and girls, regardless of age, the ability to feel deeply empowered by its message, and that they must find the strength to stare an obstacle down and hold their ground.
Fraternities and sororities on campus have to hold themselves accountable to prevent another embarrassment. Actions that merit a suspension almost always are contradictory to the positive social values and benefits to the community that Greek life prides itself on.
More often than not, students are graduating high school and college booksmart, but neglecting to teach students the fundamental skills needed to function inside their homes as adults — skills that have the potential to build confidence and independence — cannot be forgotten in the midst of working toward a degree.
It’s easy to see why some people might be upset when their neighborhood starts to show the tell-tale signs of change. But, can those signs of change produce a positive outcome, if done in increments?
By not feeding into the pressures put on artists by label companies, Chance has been going against the grain, which gives greater opportunity and hope to current independent artists trying to make it big.
This new development proposal demonstrates how much Rogers Park has grown and improved over the past several years to become an attractive neighborhood for people of all ages, backgrounds and income levels. But the development also presents a threat to the community.
When a student at our institution was quoted in a recent article for The Phoenix regarding his fear of being lynched, he didn’t realize lynching is not an insult or a hate crime. It is terrorism. It is radicalized, radicalized and rooted in white supremacy.
The Loyola Phoenix wants to hear from residents regarding the business changes being made to Rogers Park. For more information regarding the topic, refer to our past news articles.