Opinion

As social distancing has become the best way to slow the rapid expansion of COVID-19 — the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus — many people have had to self-quarantine. I became one of …

Opinion

We have some people to thank. And by “we,” we’re not talking about The Phoenix Editorial Board. We’re talking about the Loyola student body. Since we happen to have a page of print space dedicated …

Opinion

Like students across the country, our world was turned upside down when Loyola announced March 12 it would be moving classes online. Students were given a week to get out of residence halls amid the …

Opinion

My last year at Loyola and The Phoenix has come full circle. In August I wrote “It’s Not the End of the World — Yet,” a commentary on growing concerns over global warming and tensions …

Media

As Loyola students transition to online classes and off-campus living, Opinion Editor Adrian Nevarez and Video Editor Molly Gaglione ask Loyola students for their opinions on Loyola’s course of action to mitigate the spread of …

Opinion

On my final day in Rome, I absorbed my favorite parts of the city — visiting the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Piazza Cavour one last time. The streets were packed despite the overcast skies. …

Opinion

In the digital age, we have more information at our fingertips than ever before — which is partly why we’re seeing so much about the coronavirus lately. COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by coronavirus, has …

Opinion

Former Vice President Joe Biden is presently in the lead after winning a commanding number of delegates on Super Tuesday and the March 10 primaries — the largest contests thus far. However, Sen. Bernie Sanders …