It takes a fraction of a second for a bullet to leave the barrel of a gun, but the effects of that bullet last days, weeks, months and even years. In this special edition of The PHOENIX, we examine the trail the bullet leaves in Chicago.

Top Stories

Breaking

A Loyola student was the victim of a strong-armed robbery early April 22 about one block from the Lake Shore Campus. A man walked up to the 20-year-old male student between 2:10 and 2:30 a.m. on …

News

Loyola will release a gender-based violence climate survey to examine instances of sexual assault and other gender-based crimes in the Loyola community. In a campus-wide email sent March 31, Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney wrote …

News

The Edgewater Historical Society has created a petition to help grant landmark status to the nearly century-old Woodruff Arcade Building in the hopes of saving it from demolition.

News

Breaking

A Loyola student was the victim of a strong-armed robbery early April 22 about one block from the Lake Shore Campus. A man walked up to the 20-year-old male student between 2:10 and 2:30 a.m. on …

Sports

Men's Volleyball

Four members of the No. 12 Loyola men’s volleyball team earned all-conference accolades April 13. The awards were announced ahead of the 2017 Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) tournament.

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

“S-Town,” the latest podcast from the makers of “Serial” and “This American Life,” is a deeply thought-provoking and captivating story about murder, mental health, impending societal collapse and clocks in the small town of Woodstock, …

Opinion

Opinion

When we read news articles about gun violence we tend to instantly pick a side, and we defend our side endlessly without listening to what other points of views have to offer.
The conversation begins with the news and media, but for there to be change, the reader must continue to carry the torch and promote and advocate for it.