Community

Just over 28 years ago, Joe Moore was elected alderman as the more progressive candidate going up against the 49th Ward’s then-incumbent. Now, he’s going out the same way he came in. Maria Hadden, a …

Faculty and Staff

More than five years after initially reporting “air quality” issues in BVM Hall to the university, some employees’ offices have been dispersed around campus and the problems continue, several affected members told The Phoenix. The …

News

Chicago’s longest-serving alderman, Ed Burke, who’s become embroiled in allegations of corruption and extortion, is a member of Loyola’s Council of Regents. But you’d never know about his connection to the school by looking at …

Crime

A Chicago Police Department (CPD) officer was shot Saturday night in the West Rogers Park neighborhood, approximately 3.5 miles from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. The incident occurred on the 6400 block of North Kedzie Avenue …

Closer Look

It’s often said that Chicago is a tale of two cities – with some neighborhoods ignored, devoid of jobs and businesses, filled with poverty and crime, while other areas reap the benefits of safe streets …

News

Three former Loyola University priests were included in a list of Jesuits with “established” allegations of sexual abuse of a minor since 1955.   The list, released by the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus …

Students

Like many transgender Loyola students, first-year Ian Christoferson no longer uses his female birth name. But Loyola does, and it’s still displayed on his official paperwork and student ID, which doubles as his meal card. …

Nation & World

Illinois: Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded to J.B. Pritzker less than an hour after polls closed in Illinois. Pritzker, who obtained nearly 55 percent of the vote, has been an attractive candidate for younger voters …