The Prep

College: The Great Unknown

Kevin Duffy, Writer

October 10, 2019

When I walked through Loyola’s front doors in August of 2016, I walked in a scared, frightened, awkward, albeit tall, freshman. Four years later, 1100 Laramie is a home. It is not without its flaws and problems, but it is a...

Why Don’t We Care?

Why Don’t We Care?

October 1, 2019

Never Forget

Never Forget

September 18, 2019

The Era of Screenagers

Liza DuMez, Writer

May 20, 2019

If you were to tell Alexander Graham Bell how much his once eccentric invention has grown and developed, he would be amazed. If you were to tell him that a good majority of people would not be able to live without a phone, he wou...

Top Ten Reasons the Classics are Still Relevant

Sophia Dempsey, Writer

May 20, 2019

Also known as: Ancient Greek has consumed me and this is an attempt to defend my life decisions. 10.) They’re referenced everywhere. Literally everywhere. There’s no escaping allusions of Icarus or Apollo. You can try to ru...

Why Everyone should Be Tuning to the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Andrew Shearson, Writer

May 17, 2019

As a Chicagoan, I admit to have been spoiled by the Blackhawk’s success in the last ten years. Since the Blackhawks have been eliminated from playoff contention two years in a row now, I’ve been able to watch the playoffs...

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