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 …

Staff Editorial

Studies show that many university professors lean left on the political spectrum. Many of these professors are not afraid to share their political views during their lectures. However, a professor’s political bias should not suppress open discussion in the classroom. It should be used to welcome open discussion, instead.

Opinion

While we some may be terrified by the election results, we are not defeated. In a diverse environment such as Loyola, students and fellow Americans are encouraged to spread as much love as possible.

Opinion

My first month at Loyola I covered the State of the University address for The Phoenix. It was my first encounter with the Rev. Michael Garanzini, S.J. Campus looked a lot different then. When you …

News

Like many colleges, Loyola is home to political discussions that include social justice, environmental issues and feminism. But few students go so far as to advocate for truly leftist views such as socialism, anarchism and …

Opinion

The current system of internships for U.S. college students is classist. Taking a closer look, interns from high-income families are more likely to receive high wages from paid internships than any other class. Every year, …

Opinion

As a student living off campus for the first time, the Loyola experience has truly changed. Friends back home love making comments, “Have fun in Chiraq,” while others ask with actual concern, “Do you ever …

Staff Editorial

When it comes to racial diversity on campus in Chicago, Loyola lags behind DePaul University, the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), according to a Sept. 2014 study by U.S. …