Opinion

Giulianna Larson is an unpaid administrative intern at Forging Opportunities for Refugees in America.  For decades, the ethnic-religious minority the Rohingya have been displaced, raped and murdered by the Burmese military. It is time for …

Opinion

On May 21, myself and three other Loyola students traveled to the La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogota, Colombia. We hoped to see a museum, but ended up at a political rally for then left-wing candidate …

Opinion

I find myself getting overly emotional when it comes to issues of gun violence, especially when it is against innocent children. The faces of the students who have died in these massacres are burned into …

Phoenix Farewells

Editor-in-chief: Katie Anthony I’ve written lots of stories for The Phoenix (139 to be exact) but this might be the hardest. I’ve been on The Phoenix as long as I’ve been in college, from a …

Opinion

I was 11. I was a normal, active kid — one who spent most of her free time in the ballet studio or running around in her best friend’s yard.  Then, all of a sudden …

Opinion

Five out of the six staff members on our editorial board will be graduating Loyola in just a few short weeks. And as the year comes to close, another person is set to exit the …

Opinion

The war with Russia has now entered its second month. Probably the longest month in every Ukrainian’s life. I am ecstatically proud of our country and its valiant citizens. We have a bright future ahead …

Opinion

We, as graduate workers at Loyola University Chicago, are amidst  a wave of labor activism on campus and throughout Jesuit institutions of higher education.   On campus, non-tenure track faculty in the College of Arts & …