Music

A lot has changed since 2016. The world is a different place and Michigan-based band Mover Shaker is a different band. They’ve since toured the United States, been stuck on the side of a mountain, …

Arts & Entertainment

Word play and slam poetry took the big stage Nov. 16 at Chicago House of Blues (329 N. Dearborn St.) during the Hobo Johnson and the Lovemakers show on the Fall of Hobo Johnson Tour. …

Music

Despite the cold weather, indie punk band Lettering packed the downstairs room of Subterranean (2011 W. North Ave.) Nov. 15, keeping everyone warm with a speedrun of their discography. The venue was packed to the …

News

Nicholas Senn High School, in Edgewater near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, was sent into lockdown early Monday Nov. 18 after reports that a student brought a weapon to school, officials said. Multiple Chicago Police Department …

News

In their fight for recognition as workers, students from Loyola’s Graduate Workers’ Union rallied downtown Thursday with other Chicago graduate student unions.   Reporters from The Phoenix are live in Federal Plaza as graduate students …

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Loyola’s Graduate Workers’ Union made another bid for recognition by handing in a petition to Loyola’s administration Friday asking the university to meet them “at the bargaining table.” The petition received over 400 signatures before …

News

Loyola students may soon be stuck with steeper prices for ridesharing apps such as Uber and Lyft. Mayor Lori Lightfoot is proposing a new tax that could add on as much as $1.75 to each …

Music

At the crossroads of too many musical genres to count, the dynamic duo Matt and Kim is found. Matt Johnson plays the keys and sings while Kim Schifino commands the rhythm on drums. Together, they’ve …