Opinion

Loyola students are welcomed with big promises from the university. The school sounds like a resort with assurances of bountiful dining options, a gym and group activities. We know those promises are exaggerated as soon …

Opinion

Loyola is growing. This growth impacts class sizes, the school’s national standing, the shuttle system, the Campus Safety department’s ability to protect students and, most immediately, where students live.  The housing crisis at Loyola has …

Opinion

If you’ve ever wondered how Loyola continuously affords to hire professors, update buildings and fund research on top of simply operating day-to-day, the answer isn’t found solely in our tuition dollars.  While tuition does contribute, …

Staff Editorial

Small Business Saturday isn’t the only day people should support local businesses, and after the fall Rogers Park has had, it’s more crucial than ever to shop local during the holiday season.  This fall, the …

Opinion

On Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, World War II veteran, former congressman, UN Ambassador, CIA director and 41st President of the United States  George Herbert Walker Bush died. And, with him, died the last connection the …

Staff Editorial

It was a normal day on Monday, Nov. 19 when a man walked into the parking lot at Mercy Hospital with a gun tucked into his waistband. It was still a normal day when he …

Staff Editorial

As another semester comes and goes, The Phoenix has been forced to deal with — and write about — an issue we’ve seen time and again: university transparency. Most often, this comes in the form …

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 …