Staff Editorial

This week, The Phoenix told the story of a Loyola student’s reported sexual assault and how he dealt with the trauma.  The story is the culmination of reporting since October on this specific incident. We …

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 …

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, …

Staff Editorial

The elections for new representatives in Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) start Thursday. If you didn’t know that, you’re not alone. SGLC has an image and visibility problem. Students often don’t know what SGLC …

Staff Editorial

As more and more college students report they feel stressed, depressed and anxious — no doubt in part due to the rigors of university life — Loyola’s Wellness Center has been trying to catch up …

Staff Editorial

On Feb. 24, 2018, one male Loyola student of color was detained by Campus Safety in the Damen Student Center while another female student was manhandled by an officer. This event set off a month …

Staff Editorial

During last week’s Pizza with the President, an event hosted by Loyola’s President Jo Ann Rooney, she brought up our critical staff editorial published Feb. 13.  The editorial argued Loyola’s media policy is detrimental to …

Staff Editorial

So far this year, The Phoenix has had a number of questions go unanswered by Loyola’s administration. Here is the list: Questions about crime: Can you please send me information about the domestic battery that …