Arts & Entertainment

It seems COVID-19 is forcing us all to “take breaks” from normal life. It’s not much of a break though, considering anxiety is high and the mundane activities we all took for granted up until …

Arts & Entertainment

In the midst of a continuously developing coronavirus pandemic that has uprooted students worldwide from their daily routines, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) decided to restrict students’ studio access and cancel or …

Rosca's Ramblings

I never thought I would say or write this, but I like college basketball.  “Free throws are free” is the mindset I’ve acquired this past weekend, and I blame it all on The Phoenix’s sports …

Arch Madness

Following this weekend’s pattern of upsets, Valparaiso University clinched its spot in the Missouri Valley Conference men’s basketball tournament championship game, beating Missouri State University 89-82 Saturday night. The Crusaders are the first No. 7 …

Arch Madness

In a neck-and-neck second half game Thursday night, No. 7-seeded Valparaiso University slipped past University of Evansville 58-55, advancing to the quarterfinals against No. 2-seeded Loyola Friday night. After Valparaiso took a small lead into …

Media

In this week’s episode of Unscripted, Managing Editor Emily Rosca and Arts Film Critic Lucas Naber discuss “To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You,” out Feb. 12. A follow-up to Netflix’s popular “To …

Rosca's Ramblings

A year ago Tuesday, I lost my first love.  And Snapchat thought I was no longer sensitive to the incident. It was wrong. Not only did my wallet suffer after not being able to last …

News

In an effort to curb issues surrounding accessibility at CTA stations, two Loyola graduate students released an app that sends push notifications when elevators are down at stations. The Android app Elevate Chicago, created by …