Loyola’s tuition hike has become an annual announcement. While most students complain about the consistent increase, it’s important to understand why the hike is necessary to help with the upkeep of the university and its academics.
Trump’s hastiness in signing these executive orders failed to take into consideration the implications the ban would have for students who want to study abroad or are already abroad.
While protesting and demonstrating are crucial elements of a successful democracy, journalists that can be trusted for their impartiality are just as significant.
Rather than fighting the First Amendment protection of the press — a likely futile effort — Trump’s people have employed a more realistic strategy: create distrust in the media among Americans.
The report uncovered an issue rooted deep within the department. In order to amend its past difficulties, the department must first turn inward and police itself.
Two years ago, one of Loyola’s students, Mutahir Rauf, was murdered. His death was a tragedy, but so were the countless other deaths since.
While the rest of the country was quick to speculate about the attacker’s motive based on his nationality and religion, The Lantern’s coverage avoided that guesswork and reported only what the newspaper staff knew.
Before Nov. 8, our country was divided. People talked at each other — not with each other. Opinions were stated as facts, and if someone disagreed, that person was wrong — not different. We all must join together, all strong-willed opinions set aside, and listen to what one another has to say. Together, we must move forward and sensibly come to terms with the issues our country faces. President-elect Trump was chosen to serve as our next president, and that will not change.