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 & …

Opinion

We know you’re sick of hearing about COVID. Quite frankly, we’re sick of writing about it. But we have to keep it up because we don’t want you or us to get actually sick. The …

Opinion

We’re a week away from Thanksgiving break and a buzz is in the air. Not for the upcoming holiday, but one that’s over a month away.  With its message of gratefulness and backdrop of peak …

Opinion

One day in 1963, Loyola sophomore Marie Leaner wanted to learn how to swim, but she ended up starting a protest movement instead.

Opinion

The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here. By the time this gets published, Joe Biden will be just a few hours away from officially dropping the “elect” from his title, becoming the President of the United States. But that’s not what this is about.

Opinion

While I can only speak for myself, I’m sure I’m not alone when I say this semester has been interesting — to say the least. Me and many other students not only dealt with the standard juggle of school, work and family, but also the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and declining mental health as social and political upheaval continues to grip the nation.

Opinion

It’s been two years since a change to Loyola’s media policy created a crisis that seriously threatened The Phoenix’s ability to do good journalism.