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 …

News

Temperatures in Chicago are expected to reach the upper nineties and could feel hotter than usual this weekend. This isn’t the first time this has happened this year, and weather conditions have prompted excessive heat …

Breaking

Less than a week after an incident of alleged racial bias, 48th Ward aldermanic candidate and former CVS manager Morry Matson withdrew from the campaign due to a health condition, he announced in a press …