Higher Education-2019

Dangerous Drive For one first-year at Loyola, smoking weed with friends was a weekly occurrence. But after a bad experience with the drug, the marketing major said she hasn’t smoked since August of last year. …

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Legalizing cannabis is the trendy thing for state lawmakers to do these days. Whether it’s allowing recreational or medicinal uses, or expunging possession charges, 46 states are looking greener than ever. However, the Drug Enforcement …

Higher Education-2019

Catholicism opposes the use and legalization of recreational drugs, such as marijuana. Dr. Lauren O’Connell, a theology professor at Loyola, said the reasoning is the effects these drugs have on rationality and interpersonal relationships.  Humans …

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Now that J.B Pritzker’s begun his term as governor over a State House that’s almost straight blue, he’s making legal recreational pot a priority. In a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Pritzker said he …

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The rapid legalization of cannabis use across the United States helped normalize the use of the drug for things such as pain, stress relief and insomnia. One organization not budging on its rules and its …

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it takes a fraction of a second for a bullet to leave the barrel of a gun, but the effects of that bullet last days, weeks, months and even years. In this special edition of The PHOENIX, we examine the trail the bullet leaves in Chicago.

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