Opinion

The recent suicides of two survivors of the Parkland, Florida shootings have devastated the nation and shed light on a serious problem facing victims and survivors of gun violence — undiagnosed and untreated trauma. After …

Staff Editorial

Loyola’s graduate student union —  about 200 graduate workers who assist with teaching classes, grading papers and preparing lectures in the College of Arts and Sciences — has been fighting for better treatment from the …

Opinion

Voters who think re-electing President Donald Trump in 2020 will make America great again are in for a rude awakening, as it makes them racist and against the betterment of the nation. In 2016, Trump’s …

Opinion

It’s spring, and everyone on campus knows what that means: tour groups, and lots of them. But, as seemingly half the high schoolers in the state meander around Lake Shore Campus, there’s an important question …

Opinion

The idea of the American dream has yet again been shattered as dozens of wealthy American citizens and celebrities along with several college administrators and professionals have been federally indicted on charges of engaging in …

Opinion

I identify as Puerto Rican and I’ve always been asked “are you sure?” Yes, even with my light skin complexion and lack of fluency in Spanish, I’m Puerto Rican. Time and time again, I’m put …

Opinion

New Zealand’s government moved to implement stricter guns laws following the Christchurch shootings March 15. It’ll pass legislation to ban military-style semi-automatics, assault rifles and high capacity magazines. This occurred only six days after the …

Staff Editorial

As the decision deadline fast approaches for Loyola’s 2019-20 incoming class, we’re stuck wondering how much worse the on-campus housing situation will get. For the past three years, Loyola has welcomed its largest incoming class, …