Protesters shut down the north and southbound lanes of Lake Shore Drive Thursday to call attention to police corruption and the lack of opportunity and violence on the South and West Sides of the city. …

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March Madness

As the Loyola men’s basketball team won yet another game by just one point to advance to the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament, loyal Rambler fans were glued to televisions around the world to …


Loyola’s students — several still in their green gear for St. Patrick’s Day — have filled watch sites on and near campus in support of the men’s basketball team’s second round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday evening. …


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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.