Music

The Faim’s title track from its debut EP, “Summer is a Curse” could be considered a reflection of the band’s work ethic. The energetic song is an anthem of aspirations with lyrics including “I can’t …

Music

Brooklyn-based band Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds will perform at Lincoln Hall (2424 N. Lincoln Ave.) Oct. 31. Singer Arleigh Kincheloe — also known as Sister Sparrow — is at the helm of the …

Arts & Entertainment

Loyola’s all-women a capella group, The Silhouettes, marked the release of their third album, “Sils and the City” with a party and performance at Ireland’s Pub 10 (6511 N. Sheridan Rd.) Oct. 12. “Sils and …

Theater

Domestic violence is at the center of a new play from Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA). “Domestic: 3 Works by Women” opened Oct. 5 and is an anthology of three one-act plays …

Food

Michelin released its 2019 guide of Chicago restaurants Sept. 26 with a few located near Loyola’s Lake Shore (LSC) and Water Tower (WTC) campuses.  While many Michelin star restaurants are more expensive, three restaurants located …

Uncategorized

The Chicago Architecture Center announced this year’s sites for its annual Open House Chicago festival, and two iconic Loyola buildings — the Loyola Information Commons (IC) and Piper Hall — are on the list. Open …

News

As Loyola students start the fall semester, one familiar face will be missing: Santos, Loyola’s therapy dog. The lovable canine will transition out of his role while maintaining a limited presence on campus, according to …

Campus

Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) plays a key role in many elements of the university; but not all students know what it does and how it works. The Phoenix spoke with SGLC President Anusha …