Election 2020

Worries about the 2020 election remained in the minds of some Loyola students and Rogers Park residents as they headed to several local polling locations Nov. 3 to cast their ballots. Jala Johnson, a sophomore …

News

Presidential primary elections have kicked off across the United States, and Loyola students will soon have the opportunity to cast their own ballots.  Illinois’ primary election — when voters choose candidates for the presidential election …

Staff Editorial

Midterm elections don’t get the credit they deserve. While presidential elections have usually drawn the biggest voter turnout numbers, midterms have always proven to be just as consequential — yet their turnout numbers are dismal. …

Staff Editorial

In Chicago’s 2017 Women’s March, 250,000 civilians, many donning the now-iconic pink “pussy hats,” took to the streets to advocate for a body of human rights legislation — namely women’s rights. And their message, chanted …

Opinion

On Sept. 29, the United Nations (U.N.) Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning the unjust application of the death penalty worldwide. At the vote in Geneva, 13 of 47 council members voted against the …