Opinion

The 2020 presidential election is less than a year away and the term “socialism” is being thrown around by candidates and the media in reference to leftist policies. The term is mostly being used alongside …

Opinion

While far from glamorous, Chicago’s funky-smelling and wildly unpredictable public transportation system is part of the one-of-a-kind experience of going to school in this city. The 72-year-old transit system is one of the largest in …

Opinion

Chicago’s location on the banks of Lake Michigan is part of what makes it a beautiful city. The views of sparkling blue water reflecting off the windows of buildings lining Lake Shore Drive help define …

Opinion

Students of Loyola University Chicago don’t just go to class at the university. Many spend a lot of time on campus, using Loyola’s facilities and services. The Phoenix asked students walking through Damen Student Center …

Opinion

There are certain activities which have become synonymous with college life. Spending a late night in the library, struggling to wake up for a morning class or swiping into a dining hall are some. Having …

Staff Editorial

College is hard to navigate. Students graduate high school and are suddenly forced to make major life decisions that will affect them for at least the next four years. At Loyola,  decisions such as enrolling …

Opinion

I hovered the cursor over the “Send” button of my mailer. “Ready?” I asked Ann, my spouse, who stood by with her phone camera poised. “Ready,” she replied. I clicked, she clicked, and it was …

Opinion

Loyola’s Wellness Center fails to provide students with proper reproductive health services. Due to the university’s adherence to Jesuit Catholic teachings, the Wellness Center falls short in offering students services they’re entitled to receive. Just …