Staff Editorial

When choosing to ride the CTA, there are some common occurrences you have to get used to — the sound of someone blasting music out of a speaker, awkwardly sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers and attempting …

Staff Editorial

In April, our former staff wrote about how a vaccine mandate at Loyola could help us return to the “normal” college experience. The week after, the school announced a vaccine requirement that has allowed students …

Opinion

I’ll start with the story. The story I’ve known since I was a kid and the story that defined so much of my life to this point. Even though I wasn’t alive to see it …

Staff Editorial

Familiarize yourself with public transit. Public transportation is going to be your best friend for the next four years so learn how to use it quickly. Not only will it help get you where you …

Opinion

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.

Uncategorized

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.

Opinion

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.