Special Issue
News

Tahera Rahman, a reporter for WHBF Local 4 News of Quad Cities, hasn’t only been delivering the news lately — she’s been the subject of the news. Rahman, 27, who began reporting earlier this month, …

From the Editor's Desk

The PHOENIX published an article Dec. 6 titled “Religious Holidays Aren’t Represented Equally on Campus.” The story included interviews with members of Loyola’s Muslim and Hindu communities, who expressed desire to have more celebration for …

Campus

A Loyola Campus Safety officer was fired from the Chicago Police Department (CPD) in 2006 for allegedly shooting her service weapon during a domestic altercation, according to records obtained by The Phoenix. Alicia Roman, then …

Breaking

A man has been arrested and charged with simple battery in relation to two separate incidents in which Loyola students were victims, according to a notice from Campus Safety Director Thomas Murray. Students were approached …

Breaking

The suspect is described as man, 60-65 years old, and with a beard. He was wearing a hat and dark clothing and was last seen walking westbound on West Granville Avenue.

Sexual Assault

Loyola’s Title IX office, received 213 reports of gender-based misconduct in the 2016-17 academic year. The previous year, there were 102 reports in the 2015-16 academic year. This dramatic increase has led to some criticism of the Title IX.

Arts & Entertainment

Nev Schulman is a man of many titles: producer, photographer, author, husband and father, to name a few. He’s most well-known as the the host and producer of MTV’s “Catfish: The TV Show,” a reality …