This past year, people limited their time away from home, diligently wore masks wherever they went, and drained the color from their hands with frequent hand sanitation. After a long and tumultuous year of precautions and regulations, COVID-19 vaccines are out and available. But in order to get the protection they’ve been waiting for, people must first navigate a dense network of vaccine providers, pharmacy and hospital web pages, and portals.
Most of us have heard the legends of Robin Hood, a man who stole money from the rich and gave it to the poor. This folktale of the power of a commoner is truly inspiring but rather rare in modern times. However, we now have our own take on the well-known legend: the popular investing broker called Robinhood.
President Joe Biden has ordered the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021 — the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. We should consider this great news, especially considering many of us were not even alive when the War on Terror began.
Amid another year marred by senseless police killings of people of color, Chicago lost one of its own — 13-year-old Adam Toledo — when a white police officer fatally shot him March 29 in the …
One day in 1963, Loyola sophomore Marie Leaner wanted to learn how to swim, but she ended up starting a protest movement instead.
The vampire subgenre of horror film has existed for nearly a century, ranging from Tod Browning’s 1931 “Dracula” to vampires with mullets in Joel Schumacher’s “The Lost Boy’s” in 1987 to the mid-2010’s vampire craze we all know and love. And despite the various locations, characters and conflicts of the mid-2010’s vampire craze, the mainstream modern vampire genre seems to have one universal trait: a boring brunette love interest.
With Mitch McConnell no longer Senate majority leader, there is new hope for change in the Senate. Though the optimism may be deserved, the Senate remains an undemocratic institution. In order for our democracy to move forward, the Senate must be abolished and the House of Representatives expanded.
Last April, as Loyola students and faculty were just adapting to online classes, the idea of an effective COVID-19 vaccine seemed almost unthinkable. But now, thanks to the hard work of scientists, there are three …