With another semester over, we are looking back at some of its significant moments. The PHOENIX took an in-depth look at how the university handles sexual assault cases, the United States elected a new president, Loyola inaugurated a new president and one Chicago sports team made history.
Loyola graduate student, Mutahir Rauf was killed just off campus two years ago. His homicide remains unsolved along with many others in Chicago.
Chicago’s beaches are slowly starting to resemble landfills, as visitors continuously leave litter behind. A recent study conducted by Loyola associate professor of biology Timothy Hoellein and senior biology student Anna Vincent reveals the truth behind the trash piling up at Ohio Street Beach.
When Christmas comes to Damen Student Center, Loyola says it keeps costs low — at just under $9,000.
Shoppers in Chicago might want to start stocking up on reusable bags now if they don’t want to pay an extra fee of 7 cents for every plastic or paper bag used in stores.The new tax will be enacted Jan. 1. Of the tax, 5 …
Loyola will offer its first course in Cuba since 2004 this summer in Havana, called “Cuba Today: Politics and Society.”
Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney signed a statement promising to support and advocate for undocumented students that was issued by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) on Nov. 30.