Loyola staff member Ralph Braseth has spent every afternoon since Jan. 29 standing off of Michigan Avenue holding a homemade sign reading, “Muslims welcome. This land is your land.”


Undergraduate students at Loyola University Chicago will see a 2.5 percent increase in their tuition for the 2017-18 academic year, resulting in about $1,000 more in tuition per year for incoming and current first-years, sophomores and juniors.


Director of the Loyola Women’s Studies and Gender Studies (WSGS) program Betsy Jones Hemenway expected a large turnout at the Women’s March in Chicago on Jan. 22. About 40 people had said they would join …


In Chicago, protests against President-elect Trump have remained mostly peaceful, with only five people being arrested for obstructing traffic, criminal trespassing, reckless conduct or resisting arrest on Nov. 9, according to the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) News Affairs Office.


A Loyola student was the survivor of a sexual assault in San Francisco Hall on Nov. 12, marking the second time in less than a month that a student reported being the victim of a sexual assault in an on-campus dorm.


Nearly 5,000 protesters marched through the city today, according to an estimate from Chicago Police Department Tactical Lieutenant Godfrey Conin, who worked with one of the larger protest groups to coordinate traffic blockades and to clear a path for the demonstration.

From the Editor's Desk

A university cannot rely on its past acknowledgments when it is at fault, just as a newspaper cannot rely on its past awards when a mistake is found within its pages. Just as The PHOENIX now has the difficult task of rebuilding our readers’ trust, the university must realize regaining the faith of its students will not be easy and it will not happen quickly.


Less than 24 hours after President-elect Donald J. Trump made his acceptance speech, thousands of angry protesters marched through Chicago shutting down roads and blocking the entrance to Trump Tower.