And just like that, we’re getting ready for school again, and I’m sitting in the newsroom again, scrambling to write this week’s article on deadline. After a summer studying abroad in France, I feel like …

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.  …