Welp, here we are: The 51st edition of the Loyola Phoenix. Even scarier, here I am: The 51st editor-in-chief of the Loyola Phoenix — also known as the best student newspaper in the country, in …

So, here it is. The last issue of Volume 50 of The Phoenix. My last issue as editor-in-chief of this great student newspaper. This has been an incredible job. I don’t think I’ll ever have …

Last April when I was hired as the editor-in-chief of The Phoenix, I realized I’d be in charge for the paper’s 50th year.  That seemed like a lot of pressure: Taking charge of this storied …

From the Editor's Desk

The Phoenix is entirely student-run, except we do get some support from Loyola faculty.  One of those supporters is School of Communication Student Media Manager Ralph Braseth.  Ralph assists with the production of student publications, …

From the Editor's Desk

Typically, this column is used to highlight the work of a reporter or editor on The Phoenix who’s published a hard-hitting article.  This week, I’d like to highlight two of our behind the scenes staff …

From the Editor's Desk

Oof. It’s amazing how the process of putting together The Phoenix always takes longer after we’ve had a week off. I’m writing this column after midnight on our Tuesday production night. This paper will be …

From the Editor's Desk

Chicago’s municipal elections, a papal Rambler fan, a Venezuelan Loyola student, beer, queer art and much more.  You might also notice Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney is quoted in two stories in this week’s paper.  …

Uncategorized

While The Phoenix appreciates the support from the Loyola student body, we have not been involved in the organization of any town halls or protests, nor the placement of flyers in unauthorized locations around campus. …