Elizabeth Peratrovich, an Alaska Native woman, helped pass the United States’ first anti-discrimination law 69 years ago this month.
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Phoenix columnist Dominic Lynch discusses the recently announced 2.5% tuition increase for the 2014-2015 academic year.
A Loyola student shares her thoughts on a permit to hunt a black rhinoceros in Namibia that was auctioned off in Dallas earlier this month.
Every Sunday for the last 30 years, the United Church of Rogers Park has made sure that Chicagoans have had a place to go for a hot meal — and the Thursday of Thanksgiving was no different.
In the aftermath of crippling Typhoon Haiyan, students and organizations have begun collaborating with Loyola Responds to create immediate relief and fundraising projects to help victims in the Philippines.
First-year student Elizabeth Czapski shares her thoughts on fair trade and what you can do to support efforts to make Loyola an official Fair Trade University.
Social Justice and Community Development student Jackie Arnason shares her ABI experience. Applications are due November 4th.
James Stancliffe shares his thoughts on the government shutdown and the impact of the Affordable Care Act.
A graduate student shares a poem in tribute of one of her students who was killed last month in a gang-related shooting in McKinley Park.
Racial profiling has gained widespread exposure in the media as well as with everyday Americans. Phoenix reporter Shanna Johnson discusses the problem and the recent court ruling invalidating New York’s ‘stop and frisk’ law.