Opinion

Graduation has been postponed to August. The senior bar crawl has been canceled. What should’ve been two months of celebrating the end of your time at Loyola has turned into two months of living with …

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We have some people to thank. And by “we,” we’re not talking about The Phoenix Editorial Board. We’re talking about the Loyola student body. Since we happen to have a page of print space dedicated …

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Like students across the country, our world was turned upside down when Loyola announced March 12 it would be moving classes online. Students were given a week to get out of residence halls amid the …

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In the digital age, we have more information at our fingertips than ever before — which is partly why we’re seeing so much about the coronavirus lately. COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by coronavirus, has …

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Fall semester is behind us and spring semester is in full swing as Loyola students hit the brick wall that is midterms. This January, the city experienced a nine-day period without the warmth of the …

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Last month, Loyola announced a tuition hike of 3.1 percent for the 2020-21 school year on top of the already hefty cost of attending a private university. This narrative is becoming increasingly familiar — Loyola …

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Standardized testing has played a vital role in college admissions in the U.S., but some universities have started implementing policies that no longer require students to submit test scores when applying — Loyola should consider …

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It’s no secret newspapers are falling on hard times right now. But one local newspaper is struggling mightily — and, frankly, it’s sad to see. Over the last few years, the Chicago Tribune moved buildings …