Closer Look

Dorothy Gregory, an 82-year-old woman who’s been Loyola’s neighbor for 50 years, has been a key mediator in the university’s relationship with the community.

Community

On the morning of Dec. 22, Nick Kosiek — a State Farm insurance agent in Rogers Park — had the day off work and decided to sleep in. Kosiek had kept his phone off all …

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Loyola hopes to address the university’s limited student housing through a new residence hall on Winthrop Avenue, but members of the Edgewater Historical Society have rallied against it as the construction would mean the demolition …

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While most students were away from campus during winter break, construction crews continued working on a sports practice facility on campus and two new developments near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus — The Arcade and The …

Community

More than 700 community members showed up for the 49th Ward aldermanic debate between incumbent Joe Moore and Maria Hadden Tuesday night, which highlighted issues such as community safety and education. The debate comes before …

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As local elections approach this February, Chicago’s 50 wards could soon be headed by new aldermen. The Phoenix breaks down what an alderman’s job entails and what to watch for next month.  What is an …

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Loyola’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing will welcome a new dean ahead of the 2019-2020 school year, university officials said. Lorna Finnegan will become dean in July 2019 after working as the executive associate dean …

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Three former Loyola University priests were included in a list of Jesuits with “established” allegations of sexual abuse of a minor since 1955.   The list, released by the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus …