News

When people think of homelessness, college students rarely come to mind, but some of Loyola’s own students are vulnerable to being homeless. Loyola University Chicago had 33 undergraduate students file as homeless on the 2009-10 …

Opinion

As the seasons turn and the winter holidays near, people are likely to begin feeling more generous and consider ways of giving back — most notably, through charity. In the name of altruism, many individuals …

Opinion

President Trump’s budget plan could worsen the four famines, endangering millions of lives. Trump wishes to put America first, but contributing to global instability will only decrease our country’s safety.

Opinion

When an American utters the words “North Korea,” people often begin to picture intense military control, a country trapped in communism and a leader with a firm hold on his people. There will be some …