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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 …

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Aaron Rodgers must love “Good Will Hunting,” specifically for the famous “It’s not your fault scene.” Throughout his career, the 37-year-old quarterback for the Green Bay Packers has been involved in professional and personal controversies. …

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Walking down the halls of the Facebook campus that have been mired in controversy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the newest change for his company — a complete rebrand into Meta Platforms.  In a survey done …

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“If I wanted the government in my uterus, I’d f— a senator,” is the battle cry of feminists across the nation after Texas passed Senate Bill (S.B.) 8. To the disbelief of pro-choice activists across …

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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.

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

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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.

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I spent the late afternoon of March 26 at Loyola’s student-led vigil for the eight victims of the Atlanta spa shooting. I did double duty that day — helping cover the event as a reporter, but also as a mourner like the rest of the crowd.