From the Editor's Desk

Chicago’s municipal elections, a papal Rambler fan, a Venezuelan Loyola student, beer, queer art and much more.  You might also notice Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney is quoted in two stories in this week’s paper.  …

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While The Phoenix appreciates the support from the Loyola student body, we have not been involved in the organization of any town halls or protests, nor the placement of flyers in unauthorized locations around campus. …

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Two men, ages 26 and 27, were sitting in a parked car about three miles from Loyola’s campus in the 6500 block of North Albany around 11:30 p.m. Thursday when an unknown offender started shooting …

Staff Editorial

So far this year, The Phoenix has had a number of questions go unanswered by Loyola’s administration. Here is the list: Questions about crime: Can you please send me information about the domestic battery that …

From the Editor's Desk

It was August 2015. Hundreds of bright-eyed first-years — including me — were moving into Loyola. It’s a strange time for an 18-year-old. You’ve heard all your life, college is the best part of your …

This Tuesday — The Phoenix’s production night — was the first time I’ve been to class since the polar vortex last week.  With classes being canceled Wednesday and Thursday, and my expert scheduling giving me …

It’s freaking cold.  Loyola canceled classes for the first time since 2011.  Wind chills are forecasted to reach -55 °F.  But here we are, in our newsroom on a Tuesday night, working away at another …

From the Editor's Desk

Every week, I get about 400 words on the second page of the paper to say what I want.  Now, I love this job and the platform it provides me, but it’s often more difficult …