Opinion

As most college students are aware, time doesn’t exist in abundance. Between courses, assignments, commuting downtown and pursuing individual interests, most of us aren’t looking to spend multiple hours standing in line. The student entry …

Opinion

Nothing is more infuriating than seeing a comment on Facebook that’s blatantly wrong. It triggers an emotion similar to rage but it burns deep within the soul. Two people locked in a comment debate is …

Staff Editorial

As student journalists, we know why student journalism matters to us. But now, we’re here to tell you why student journalism should matter to you. Last week, the student newspaper at Arizona State University (ASU) …

Opinion

For United States citizens, freedom of speech is protected by the First Amendment. It’s considered by many to be the most important amendment and a fundamental American value. No matter what pretenses can be made …

Opinion

The phrase “you’re not like other girls” has been embodied in film, books and television repetitively by traditionally male counterparts who ogle at how a female character is different. It’s become a media trope, appearing …

Opinion

The air is getting more crisp as the days go on. Slowly, leaves are falling one by one onto cars and the ‘L’ stop seems to be getting further away. Fall used to bring the …

Uncategorized

As a PhD student worker, an instructor of record, and co-chair of the Loyola Graduate Workers’ Union, I find it imperative to bring to light the dismissive treatment that my fellow graduate workers and I …

Opinion

A university’s most vital responsibility is protecting its students. As it becomes more clear that sexual assault is an undeniable problem on college campuses around the country, Loyola hasn’t learned from its own mistakes. The …