Nation & World

Illinois: Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded to J.B. Pritzker less than an hour after polls closed in Illinois. Pritzker, who obtained nearly 55 percent of the vote, has been an attractive candidate for younger voters …

News

Sebastian Ellefson was studying public policy at Loyola in 2015 when he met his friend Alex Niemczewski, a graduate of University of Chicago, for coffee to talk over a new project. Little did they know, …

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Centennial Forum buzzed with first-years and transfer students Saturday and Monday as students registered to vote in conjunction with Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) U-Pass distribution for the first time. The event was part of a …

Staff Editorial

At this point in the semester, your planner is probably full of important dates and deadlines, but there are a few more dates you should add if you haven’t already: Oct. 11, Oct. 23 and …

Opinion

The responsibility of our government is to help to mitigate and solve the issues that our society faces. Good representatives, from both parties, work across the aisle to secure these reforms, coming together in compromise …

Opinion

The 2014 midterm elections are now less than a week away. At stake is the majority in the U.S. Senate, and the fate of the rest of President Barack Obama’s second term. Who will win? …

Staff Editorial

Chances are you have liked a Facebook post, favorited a tweet or hearted a photo on Instagram today. But what are the odds you’ll cast a ballot in the midterm elections next week? They’re most …

News

How do I vote if I am registered? Go to your designated polling place on Nov. 4, between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. How do I vote if I’m not registered? Registration for the Nov. 4 elections is closed, but you can register when you go to cast your …