Michael McDevitt | The PhoenixDorothy Gregory stands on the porch of her Albion Avenue home near Loyola. She’s lived in the same house for 50 years.

Dorothy Gregory, an 82-year-old woman who’s been Loyola’s neighbor for 50 years, has been a key mediator in the university’s relationship with the community.

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On the morning of Dec. 22, Nick Kosiek — a State Farm insurance agent in Rogers Park — had the day off work and decided to sleep in. Kosiek had kept his phone off all …

Men's Basketball

The Loyola men’s basketball team (11-7, 4-1) moved into a tie for first place in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) after a big 71-54 victory over Valparaiso University at Gentile Arena Jan. 15. The Ramblers …

Podcasts

Three Loyola alumni are exploring the 50 states through their five senses — sight, sound, taste, smell and touch — but only one is needed to follow their journey.  Tim Ferrari, Anthony Rossi and Stuart …

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Postgame

In the first episode of “Postgame” after Winter Break, Phoenix sports editors Nick Schultz and Abby Schnable are joined by men’s basketball beat writer Kyle Brown to discuss Loyola’s 71-54 win over Valparaiso. They also …

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Film & TV

“Under no circumstance are you allowed to take off your blindfold,” demands an urgent Malorie (Sandra Bullock) to two children named Boy (Julian Edwards) and Girl (Vivien Lyra Blair) at the beginning of “Bird Box.” …

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Opinion

Loyola students are welcomed with big promises from the university. The school sounds like a resort with assurances of bountiful dining options, a gym and group activities. We know those promises are exaggerated as soon …