Opinion

Long before a video posted online showed Campus Safety mishandling two students of Color, the Loyola administration has been accused of excluding and profiling racially minoritized students. In response to the incident named above, The …

Opinion

Have you ever driven past a police car and had that nervous feeling in the pit of your stomach, even though you’ve done absolutely nothing wrong? For some, that feeling is quite familiar — but …

Staff Editorial

While many Loyola students are looking to their calendars and marking March with spring break plans, the month has something else to offer: it’s also Women’s History Month. Women’s rights have certainly come a long …

Arts & Entertainment

More than 10 years after his last full-length movie, “Gettin’ Grown” (2004), Loyola film professor Aaron Greer released his second feature film, “Service to Man,” Feb. 20. His latest film tackles race relations with a …

Opinion

The recent cascade of sexual assault and sexual harassment revelations demonstrate not only their pervasiveness but also the inadequate reporting and accountability systems available to support survivors. They have also shown us that survivors suffered …

Uncategorized

Kevin Coval is a Chicagoan trying to make a change. He’s the artistic director of Young Chicago Authors, an organization that aims to inspire the young people of Chicago to express themselves through the teachings …

Opinion

There has been much racial tension in America lately. From police brutality to increased awareness of a very flawed justice system, communities of black Americans, who have been brutalized for their identities, are uniting to …

Opinion

If we understand the dangers of labeling tendencies, our mentalities can shift to reversing the dehumanizing manner in which we view those within the justice system. Changing a perspective that has been unintentionally engrained in some minds and overall society throughout history is not easy.