Zack Miller | The PhoenixLoyola's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students are celebrating the recent Supreme Court victory, but are prepared to keep on fighting.

An Obama-era program allowing certain undocumented immigrants to temporarily remain in the United States was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in June, a decision celebrated by some undocumented students at Loyola. The program — …

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Campus

This summer, Loyola’s incoming students won’t be able to tour Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus or try out on-campus dining halls during their orientation experience, due to it being entirely online. Instead, they will participate in …

Campus

Loyola officials announced tuition will still be raised for the fall semester despite plans for a hybrid of in-person and online courses.  A 3.1 percent tuition increase was originally announced in January, and will be …

Coronavirus

Illinois saw 144,882 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of July 2, with the highest number of cases tracking to zip codes in the Southwest Side, West and Northwest Side of Chicago, data shows. Cook County, …

Sports

Coronavirus

Now that they’ve traded in their Loyola jerseys for masks and gloves, some former Rambler athletes are working on the front lines in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.  Kristen Haggenjos, a 2013 women’s volleyball …

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

Legendary filmmaker Spike Lee’s latest release is remarkably of its time, offering an explicit, multifaceted reflection on the Trump administration and the Black Lives Matter movement through the perspective of four black Vietnam War veterans.  …

Opinion

Opinion

OPINION: Loyola men’s basketball player Lucas Williamson reflects in a guest essay on the killing of George Floyd and how he believes it was a breaking point and a call to put pressure on our …