Staff Editorial

Apple opened its new Michigan Avenue location Oct. 20. The roof of the store — sleek and curved gray — was set to carry a white Apple logo in its center, resembling the iconic MacBook …

Staff Editorial

In light of recent sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Twitter users started sharing their own experiences with sexual harassment and assault the hashtag “#MeToo.”

Staff Editorial

The Phoenix voiced its concern over the lack of communication between Campus Safety and Loyola students on Feb. 22. That was just a semester ago, but we need to voice it again. Campus Safety’s lack …

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In the days following the Oct. 1 Las Vegas massacre that left 58 dead and nearly 500 injured, social media became home to a slew of hoaxes.

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The White House plans to remove DACA within the next six months. This decision reveals a disconnect between the administration and people that would be affected by the plan. It seems that many citizens, regardless of party-line, support DACA. Trump’s administration does not, and those in Congress are not urgently trying to oppose the phase-out of DACA. It seems the only explanation for their lack of urgency is apathy. City and state governments in Illinois have stepped up to the disenfranchised’s aid. Loyola University Chicago has also provided a helping hand by enrolling 150 undocumented immigrants this fall. It is unclear if this will be enough to make up for the Federal Government’s apathy towards this crucial issue.

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Women in any career face struggles that men don’t — including white women making 80 cents for every dollar a white man makes, while women of color make even less — and women in sports …

Staff Editorial

Loyola has a housing problem. It needs to be fixed or, at least, acknowledged. Many first-year students have begun their first weeks of college life in converted-triple rooms—not because Loyola wants its students to make …

Staff Editorial

For the third year in a row, Chicago has seen a drop in population. In 2014, the city said goodbye to 357 people. In 2015, 4,934 people followed. That number almost doubled in 2016 when …