Nation & World

In the early hours of Nov. 9, 2016, the U.S. changed. Against the odds — and all major polls — Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton. The PHOENIX has followed the stories in the year since.


Over the last few months, a number of key staff have left Loyola, while others ascended to new roles. Rogers Park continues to experience a face lift as a number of new developments move forward. Meanwhile, the Loyola community has felt the effects of some of the biggest news stories of the summer, including the Charlottesville protests, the statewide budget crisis and changes to national immigration policy.

Photo Briefs

Crowds lined the city streets early June 25 for the 48th annual Chicago Pride Parade, with some attendees showing up two hours before the noon start time. The parade showcased 150 floats from an array …


Trump’s First Months April 29 marked the 100th day of President Donald J. Trump’s term. He has issued 34 executive orders, confirmed one Supreme Court justice and sparked thousands of worldwide protests by everyday citizens. …


A female Loyola student reported a strong-arm robbery at about 8:30 p.m. on April 24 at the Water Tower Campus (WTC). This comes after a strong-armed robbery was reported at the Lake Shore Campus earlier in the week.


It takes a fraction of a second for a bullet to leave the barrel of a gun, but the effects of that bullet last days, weeks, months and even years. In this special edition of The PHOENIX, we examine the trail the bullet leaves in Chicago.


Two 20-year-old female Loyola students suffered injuries Saturday night after a car hit them while they were crossing Sheridan Road in front of Regis Residence Hall.


Two males approached the student at the intersection of Wabash Avenue and Pearson Street, demanding the student’s belongings and implying they had a weapon, according to Director of Campus Safety and Chief of Police Thomas Murray.