Staff Editorial

As another semester comes and goes, The Phoenix has been forced to deal with — and write about — an issue we’ve seen time and again: university transparency. Most often, this comes in the form …

Staff Editorial

Much of the country spent Tuesday night watching results from midterm elections with some of the highest voter turnout in decades. Much of the conversation leading up to the elections focused on engagement in all …

Staff Editorial

After Bar 63 closed this semester, the area surrounding campus has been left with just one student bar. The lack of nightlife impacts students, the economy and crime. With the closure of popular Thursday night …

Staff Editorial

 It’s great the city has swelled police resources on the North Side following the Rogers Park murders a few weeks ago, but more often than not, a weekend on the South Side dwarfs the North …

Staff Editorial

Sept. 30, 73-year-old Douglas Watts was shot and killed in Rogers Park while walking his dogs. The next day, 24-year-old Eliyahu Moscowitz was murdered at Loyola Park — just three blocks from where Watts was …

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  There are thousands of Brett Kavanaughs. There are thousands more Dr. Christine Blasey Fords. Some are at Loyola. Some Kavanaughs are unaware their behavior ever went too far.  Ford came forward with sexual assault …

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 …