Staff Editorial

Much of the country spent Tuesday night watching results from midterm elections with some of the highest voter turnout in decades. Much of the conversation leading up to the elections focused on engagement in all …

News

As polls across the nation closed, Loyola students and Rogers Park residents gathered on and off campus to watch as votes for this year’s midterm elections were tallied. On campus, Inside Government and College Republicans …

News

Phoenix 101: A Look at Chicago’s Mayoral Race Following Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s decision not to run for re-election in 2019, over a dozen candidates have already reported plans to campaign for Emanuel’s seat ahead …

Opinion

Loyola Phoenix Letter to the Editor – Oct. 19. 2018 I was disappointed to read the Oct. 17 coverage in The Phoenix related to Loyola University Chicago graduate assistants and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) …

Staff Editorial

 It’s great the city has swelled police resources on the North Side following the Rogers Park murders a few weeks ago, but more often than not, a weekend on the South Side dwarfs the North …

News

Some of Loyola’s graduate students interrupted a meeting led by school officials on the university’s budget Tuesday, calling for higher wages and recognition as a union. About 15 minutes into the meeting — as Loyola’s …

Staff Editorial

Sept. 30, 73-year-old Douglas Watts was shot and killed in Rogers Park while walking his dogs. The next day, 24-year-old Eliyahu Moscowitz was murdered at Loyola Park — just three blocks from where Watts was …

News

There were four violent crimes — two of which were inflicted on Loyola students — in the past week on or near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. These crimes follow the brutal Sept. 17 beating and …