Closer Look

It’s been said drugs are everywhere, and for regular readers of The Phoenix, it may seem that way. Our weekly Security Notebook regularly contains blurbs about confiscated drugs and paraphernalia in the dorms. So we …

Closer Look

What do a car, life-size castle and human skull have in common? They’re all objects that have been created by 3-D printers. Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3-D printing, is the process of creating …

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Despite this year’s relatively warm winter, sometimes it feels like spring will never return to Chicago. But spring break is around the corner, and students are getting ready to relax. Some students already have plans, …

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College drinking isn’t a new trend. Underage drinking has plagued college campuses for as long as universities have been in the United States, and the amount of drinking is no different at Loyola. Loyola may …

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Was it love at first swipe? Definitely not. But with everything I had heard about Tinder, I wasn’t expecting it to be. Tinder, an immensely popular dating app, has become something of a cultural phenomenon. …

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Rogers Park is home to Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus and is known for being one of Chicago’s most economically and culturally diverse neighborhoods, according to a report by the Chicago Sun-Times. This diversity expands beyond …

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It’s here. Snow, wreaths and lights are all signs the holiday season has officially begun. Thanksgiving is around the corner, and Chicago is decking the halls with decorations and fun-filled holiday events. The Phoenix compiled …

Campus

Loyola students studying at the John Felice Rome Center (JFRC) who are in Paris are safe and have been accounted for following the series of attacks on Nov. 13. Cynthia Bomben, associate dean of students …