Opinion

It’s common for pundits on both sides of the aisle to decry how low the political discussion in the country has become; although, what many fail to realize is that this level of rhetoric is …

Staff Editorial

Sept. 30, 73-year-old Douglas Watts was shot and killed in Rogers Park while walking his dogs. The next day, 24-year-old Eliyahu Moscowitz was murdered at Loyola Park — just three blocks from where Watts was …

Opinion

When you hear the word “art,” what immediately comes to mind? Maybe it’s museums, like the Art Institute or the Museum of Contemporary Art here in Chicago. Maybe it’s sculptures and statues that fill parks …

Opinion

Before reading the rest of this article, take a second and guess how much of the total federal budget is comprised of each of these programs: the Department of Defense, Food Stamps/Unemployment, Foreign Aid, Medicare/Medicaid …

Staff Editorial

  There are thousands of Brett Kavanaughs. There are thousands more Dr. Christine Blasey Fords. Some are at Loyola. Some Kavanaughs are unaware their behavior ever went too far.  Ford came forward with sexual assault …

Opinion

I have only two words for Reid Willis and the article he wrote for the Phoenix last week:  Spiro Agnew. In a recent article in the Phoenix, Mr. Willis, convincingly dispelled the comparison between the …

Opinion

In all high school health and self-defense classes, one unit is particularly delicate and uncomfortable for students to go through — the one that discusses sexual harassment and assault. Students are taught what to do …

Opinion

It’s truly an odd experience being an immigrant in the United States. Asian-Americans, Arab-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and all other hyphenated Americans who come to this country and wish to be a part of its story live …