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Sister Jean starts every interview the same way. “I am Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Our mother house is in Dubuque, Iowa. Today is April 20 and I’m …

Campus

“It was the greatest moment of my life,” said Janet Irving, who’s worked in food services at Loyola for 30 years and is a shop stewardess for the Aramark employee’s union. After several unsuccessful attempts …

Campus

Ever wonder why the squirrels on campus are so friendly? For Suhair Jasevicius, they even come up to her and eat right out of her hand.  The Phoenix sat down with her to hear her …

Campus

Michael Walsh is a man of many hats. He practices law as a compliance manager and assistant general counsel. He’s been an adjunct professor at Loyola since 1994, where he’s taught most law-related courses, mainly …

Campus

This question was asked 10 times, so even though we have no clue where this idea came from, we at The PHOENIX aim to please and are going to answer it. Since we hadn’t heard …

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A debate between two professional political cartoonists is slated to take place at Loyola University’s Water Tower Campus this Wednesday, April 15. The event, which will be presented by Loyola’s School of Communication (SOC), the …

Campus

Freshmen at Loyola will now be able to participate in undergraduate research thanks to a new $1.9 million grant by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The First-Year Research Experience allows Loyola freshmen to work with …

Chicago

Loyola bike aficionados will take part in a friendly competition with 12 other Chicago universities next week.  From April 20-24, Bike2Campus will promote bike safety, active lifestyles and reducing carbon emissions. Organized by the Chicagoland …