News

Officials from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced 2,253 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional 92 deaths April 29, bringing the state’s total to 50,355 confirmed cases and 2,215 total deaths.  COVID-19 …

Opinion

It’s no secret Chicago isn’t the industrial powerhouse it once was. While the city has sustained growth in its downtown, the rest of the city hasn’t recovered from the loss of middle-class jobs on the …

Opinion

Chicago’s location on the banks of Lake Michigan is part of what makes it a beautiful city. The views of sparkling blue water reflecting off the windows of buildings lining Lake Shore Drive help define …

News

Loyola students will swap their pencils for parkas as record-breaking cold weather is slated to hit Chicago this week, officials said. A winter weather advisory was issued Nov. 11 by the National Weather Service (NWS) …

Arts & Entertainment

When people think of books, the first thing that may pop into their head is mass-produced paperbacks, Barnes and Noble bookstores or even cozy independent bookstores. But there is another side to book culture that …

Opinion

Gun violence has been a defining issue for Chicago, a city known for its high homicide rates. Last week, President Donald Trump visited Chicago for the first time since he took office and he came …

Arts & Entertainment

For Loyola students looking to get out of the campus bubble but aren’t interested in a long ride on the CTA train, the area off the Jarvis Red Line stop offers just that. With cars …

Opinion

The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) represents more than 25,000 Chicago public school teachers and paraprofessionals, who are on strike over failed contract negotiations with Chicago Public Schools (CPS). This would be the second strike by …