Week of October 2: Initiatives help the dying bird population on Loyola’s Lakeshore Campus. In other news, there have been two reports of bugs found in food at Loyola’s dining halls.
Week of September 25: Loyola has offered some tenured faculty double their salaries if they retire by the end of the academic year. Also, the Chicago Water Tower, the namesake for Loyola’s downtown campus, celebrates …
Week of September 18: Loyola’s first faculty-in-residence program is set to begin when Francis Hall opens in August 2020. In other news, Rogers Park residents combat the growing concern over the monarch butterfly population.
Week of September 11: The Department of Residence Life is investigating a pattern of vandalism on the third floor of Campion Hall, a first-year residence hall. Also, Halas Recreation Center changes its dress code policy.
Week of September 4: After the death of an Illinois resident linked to vaping, The Phoenix discusses the risks — both known and unknown — of vaping and its presence on Loyola’s campus.
This week on The Byline: The Rogers Park community comes together to support a neighbor who struggled with an illness. Also, the Phoenix discusses the rising lake levels.
Week of August 21: The Phoenix sat down with Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt and those close to her to reflect on 100 years of life.