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Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, chaplain of the Loyola men’s basketball team, traveled to St. Louis Nov. 17  to retrieve another award — the Musial Award for Extraordinary Character — for her collection. The Musial Awards, an …

Opinion

To the Ramblers: Thank You. Thank you. Thank you for giving Sister Jean some of the happiest days of her life, for unifying the student body and for creating a community based on the spirit …

Staff Editorial

After its miraculous March Madness run to the Final Four, the Loyola men’s basketball team lost to the Michigan Wolverines in a heartbreaking 69-57 defeat March 31. The Ramblers’ stifling defense, unselfish ball movement and …

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 …

Opinion

Last December, The Phoenix sports section reported men’s basketball head coach Porter Moser received the fourth highest salary at Loyola during the 2016-17 fiscal year. I was surprised this was news to students. It’s typical …

Opinion

When parents put their child in a sport, they put their full trust in the coaches, trainers, physical therapists, administrators and older athletes to support their child. Just like school teachers, they’re expected not only …

Opinion

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Chillin' With Dylan

Suicide has been a trending subject these last couple of weeks. With the hit Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” and the recent self-inflicted death of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, the grisly subject of suicide has taken the spotlight, especially on social media.