Opinion

A major political party sweeps  in and takes over a major branch of the U.S. government after a crushing defeat just two years before. If that sounds familiar, that’s because it’s one of the most …

Staff Editorial

Much of the country spent Tuesday night watching results from midterm elections with some of the highest voter turnout in decades. Much of the conversation leading up to the elections focused on engagement in all …

Staff Editorial

After Bar 63 closed this semester, the area surrounding campus has been left with just one student bar. The lack of nightlife impacts students, the economy and crime. With the closure of popular Thursday night …

Opinion

On Nov. 6, millions of Americans will head to the polls to decide the fate of the next Congress. Currently, Republicans hold majorities in both the House and Senate and have worked to enact the …

Opinion

Last week saw a string of attempted bombings against prominent Democrats, and, while the investigators are largely staying silent on the motive, there’s a pretty safe guess as to why it happened. The perpetrator saw …

Opinion

Loyola Phoenix Letter to the Editor – Oct. 19. 2018 I was disappointed to read the Oct. 17 coverage in The Phoenix related to Loyola University Chicago graduate assistants and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) …

Opinion

Any high school or college student should be able to tell you that sex and gender are two different things. Sex is determined by chromosomes: ‘XX’ chromosomes are characteristic of the female sex, while ‘XY’ …

Staff Editorial

 It’s great the city has swelled police resources on the North Side following the Rogers Park murders a few weeks ago, but more often than not, a weekend on the South Side dwarfs the North …