Staff Editorial

As student journalists, we know why student journalism matters to us. But now, we’re here to tell you why student journalism should matter to you. Last week, the student newspaper at Arizona State University (ASU) …

Opinion

For United States citizens, freedom of speech is protected by the First Amendment. It’s considered by many to be the most important amendment and a fundamental American value. No matter what pretenses can be made …

Opinion

A university’s most vital responsibility is protecting its students. As it becomes more clear that sexual assault is an undeniable problem on college campuses around the country, Loyola hasn’t learned from its own mistakes. The …

Staff Editorial

A man was stabbed near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus Monday night and students were sent into a frenzy as police scattered throughout the area surrounding Loyola to track down the offender.  Police found the offender …

Opinion

Throughout Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker’s campaign last year, he echoed his commitment to college students and young people. The only problem is, that commitment has taken the back seat since he landed in Springfield in …

Staff Editorial

Sister Jean’s 100th birthday was a day of university-wide celebration. Administrators, government officials and hundreds of students came to the Damen Student Center for her birthday party Aug. 21.  The university also used Sister Jean’s …

Staff Editorial

Over the summer, Loyola’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) penned a letter to the university’s Board of Trustees calling president Jo Ann Rooney “ill-equipped” to lead the university, resulting in a …

Staff Editorial

Loyola students at Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus have the privilege of going to school in Rogers Park — one of Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods with some of the city’s most under-the-radar local businesses. We’ve watched …