Staff Editorial

It’s become a tradition none of us have asked for: Every few weeks, The Phoenix reports on instances of crime around Loyola — crimes campus police didn’t notify students about.  Less than one year ago, …

Staff Editorial

In the fight to uphold the credibility and dignity of the work done by reporters for The Phoenix and other news outlets, this week delivered a crushing blow to the cause. The New York Times …

Staff Editorial

Midterm elections don’t get the credit they deserve. While presidential elections have usually drawn the biggest voter turnout numbers, midterms have always proven to be just as consequential — yet their turnout numbers are dismal. …

Staff Editorial

This fall, Loyola’s private police force became the latest example of police departments across the country in equipping its officers with body-worn cameras designed to increase transparency and accountability.  But despite its apparent effort to …

Staff Editorial

On Aug. 25, America said goodbye to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). The country reflected on his trials and triumphs, commending him for his valor during the war in Vietnam and years of service in Congress. …

Staff Editorial

President Donald Trump’s rallies often become arenas to berate and boo “the enemy of the people”; journalists are being detained and killed all over the world and the words “fake news” have become such cliche …

Opinion

I first heard about him when I started working there last August. It began with a story, whispered just after he left the room. “Dude, you’ll never believe what he did to this girl at …

Opinion

As the Loyola class of 2018 goes on to “set the world on fire” and the remaining students scatter across the country for the summer, Loyola’s administration is likely breathing a sigh of relief the …