Staff Editorial

The Loyola men’s basketball team is possibly getting the most attention it’s gotten since it went to the Sweet 16 in 1985 — possibly even since it won the National Championship in 1963. On Loyola’s …

Breaking

Tensions came to a head Thursday night as more than 300 people packed into Galvin Auditorium demanding action and accountability from Loyola in the wake of a student’s arrest on campus by campus police officers. …

News

About 1,000 protesters marched Sunday to show resistance toward President Donald Trump’s administration and his policies. The rally, called “Shut Down Racism, War and Bigotry,” on Facebook, was organized by 31 cosponsors, including Black Lives …

Opinion

Black History Month is a time to honor our heroes, many of whom are the great intellectual thinkers of our time, but we must also honor the many nameless revolutionaries, particularly women, whose sacrifices are the reason we may live with such dignity today.

Opinion

This February, my students joined their peers across the country to celebrate Black History Month. They acknowledged the significant and varied contributions African Americans have made and studied the oppression and resilience of black people …

Staff Editorial

Do black lives really matter, or did they only matter in 2014? The way rapidly changing trends in social media work would unfortunately suggest the latter. The hashtag “#BlackLivesMatter” found its way to popularity on …

Staff Editorial

When Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election and was reelected in 2012, some national commentators wondered if his victory was a sign that the U.S. had become a “post-racial” society. A post-racial society is …

News

Nina Davuluri was crowned Miss America on Sunday night, becoming the first Indian-American to win the pageant. Davuluri, born in Syracuse, N.Y., spent much of her childhood in Oklahoma and Michigan. She entered the Miss …