Opinion

On March 22, The Phoenix Editorial Board published an editorial regarding the problems within Loyola’s Greek Life community. The article makes sweeping negative generalizations and veiled assertions that anyone in Greek Life is engaged in lewd conduct with mannequins, participates in hazing and is tone deaf to the values we profess.

Opinion

While I can say that I am truly in awe of the unity displayed by my Greek brothers and sisters, in addition to the unity of the article supporters for that matter, it’s time that the attacks from both sides stop and the conversations start.

Rambler Response

The PHOENIX asked students, “What do you think of the dining hall workers’ new contract?” Want to answer our #RamblerResponse? Tweet @PhoenixLUC what you think of the dining hall workers’ new contract.

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The PHOENIX asked students, “Why are you voting in the SGLC elections?” Want to answer our #RamblerResponse? Tweet @PhoenixLUC what you think of the SGLC elections.

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The PHOENIX asked students, “What do you think of on-campus living requirements?” Want to answer our #RamblerResponse? Tweet @PhoenixLUC what you think of Loyola’s living requirements.

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by Almudena Saez The PHOENIX asked students what their favorite transportation apps were. Uber, Lyft, Sidecar or the classic taxi?      

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The PHOENIX asked Loyolans what kind of “green” projects they would like to see students do on campus.