Opinion

While far from glamorous, Chicago’s funky-smelling and wildly unpredictable public transportation system is part of the one-of-a-kind experience of going to school in this city. The 72-year-old transit system is one of the largest in …

Staff Editorial

College is hard to navigate. Students graduate high school and are suddenly forced to make major life decisions that will affect them for at least the next four years. At Loyola,  decisions such as enrolling …

Staff Editorial

Among the fast-food chains along North Sheridan Road near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus lie empty storefronts begging for local businesses to fill the vacancies. Five Guys Burgers and Fries closed its doors earlier this semester …

Staff Editorial

Save your class absences, you’ll need them later on in the semester. It can be tempting to use your absences right away but we promise it’s in your best interest to save those for an …

Staff Editorial

Student-athletes go to practice after a day of classes, travel to games almost weekly and go through their respective training regiments. All the while, they bring money into their schools. But NCAA rules say athletes …

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 …