Staff Editorial

What you don’t know can’t hurt you — at least that’s what Loyola’s current COVID-19 policies may lead students to believe. As students prepare to return to in-person classes next week, Loyola officials are refusing …

Staff Editorial

Loyola followed a slew of universities in transitioning to online classes for the first few weeks of classes. But quietly before the semester began, the administration suspended contact tracing efforts. “Given the high transmission rate …

Letter to the Editor

Margaret Bronec, 21, is the former president of Loyola’s student government (SGLC), she resigned Oct. 5 along with former SGLC Vice President Erla Dervishi. Bronec is a Fall 2021 graduate of Loyola, majoring in environmental …

Opinion

While streetwear fashion has become oversaturated with artists and designers, one man seemed to uphold his relevance through the years. After dozens of collaborations, the creation of his own brand and even entire art exhibits …

Opinion

For the first time in two years, in-person finals are back next week at Loyola. For some, that means cramming in the Loyola Information Commons at ungodly hours — a practice enabled by the building’s …

Opinion

We know you’re sick of hearing about COVID. Quite frankly, we’re sick of writing about it. But we have to keep it up because we don’t want you or us to get actually sick. The …

Opinion

“I’m so fed up with people telling me to be someone else but me,” Britney Spears sang in the foreboding “Overprotected” in 2001.  Two decades following the track’s release — and 13 years since being …

Opinion

We’re a week away from Thanksgiving break and a buzz is in the air. Not for the upcoming holiday, but one that’s over a month away.  With its message of gratefulness and backdrop of peak …