Catholicism opposes the use and legalization of recreational drugs, such as marijuana. Dr. Lauren O’Connell, a theology professor at Loyola, said the reasoning is the effects these drugs have on rationality and interpersonal relationships.  Humans …

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Seven Loyola students part of a graduate student union protest were arrested Monday in front of Lewis Towers after staging a sit-in and blocking the entrance. The students were part of a group of about …

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With the highest increase in undergraduate tuition in three years for the 2019-20 school year, many students might be wondering where their tuition money goes. Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney has previously been vocal about …

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Loyola’s department of University of Marketing and Communication (UMC) drafted a change to its media policy, following editorials by The Phoenix Editorial Board which voiced concern over the previous media policy. The department revised the …

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“Chicago, USA” — if Illinois Rep. Brad Halbrook’s house resolution in the Illinois General Assembly is successful, students in future geography classes could have one more state added to their map quizzes. On Feb. 7, …

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In a bid to prove there’s student support to create a community space on campus dedicated to Latinx identifying students, senior Ana Avendano started a petition. Avendano, a 21-year-old studying political science, said she envisions …

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As part of an initiative to restructure university work on cases involving conduct, equity and Title IX — a law preventing discrimination in schools based on sex — Loyola has formed a new Office for …

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As Chicago’s weather dipped down into record-low temperatures, a string of armed robberies left some people without their coats — their Canada Goose parkas, to be specific. The winter clothing company Canada Goose is notorious …