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.

Chicago

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.

Campus

It’s 11:30 a.m. on Dr. Jo Ann Rooney’s 54th day as the president of Loyola University Chicago. The 55-year-old has already been in five meetings since she woke up at 5 a.m.

Crime

A suspect was arrested Wednesday night in connection with multiple criminal sexual abuse incidents on and near the Lake Shore Campus.

Crime

A Loyola student was sexually assaulted off campus, according to a recent report filed with Campus Safety, in the latest troubling incident of sexual violence against students and staff. So far this month, Campus Safety …

Crime

A Loyola student reported an incident of criminal sexual abuse early this morning North Winthrop Avenue near Simpson Hall at about 1 a.m. when a man on a bicycle approached the student from behind and groped the student.

News

After nearly three years in Japan, U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy is encouraging college students to live abroad, too. On Aug. 31, Loyola hosted Kennedy and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs …

Campus

It’s not every day you get to celebrate a 97th birthday, but today Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is doing just that. During her 25 years at Loyola University Chicago, Sister Jean has become a campus …