Alanna Demetrius | The PhoenixSome signs can be seen in yards around the Rogers Park neighborhood and show catch phrases supporting refugees.

  First-year Loyola neuroscience major Afnan Amdeen said she remembers life in Baghdad, Iraq as a dangerous place to live.  “One time my sisters’ school got bombed, luckily they didn’t go that day,” the 18-year-old …

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Men's Basketball

After a hectic season of students standing in long lines for a chance to see a men’s basketball game, Loyola Athletics has yet again changed its student ticket policy for games. Instead of waiting in …

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Many Jesuit colleges in the United States publicize the names of those serving on their board of trustees, showcasing them, for instance, on school websites. Marquette, Georgetown, Fordham, Santa Clara and Gonzaga universities are among …

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  When the Loyola men’s basketball team made its run to the 2018 NCAA Tournament Final Four, the program received $405,000 for advancing that far and its publicity was valued at more than $300 million. …

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Following citywide class cancellations for Chicago Public Schools (CPS) as a result of a teachers union strike for better pay and resources for students, educators picketed outside schools and gathered for a rally downtown Thursday. …

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Men's Basketball

After back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) regular season championships, the Loyola men’s basketball team was picked to finish fourth in the MVC preseason poll. Also, Loyola junior center Cameron Krutwig was chosen as the MVC …

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Art

Local artist documents 30 years of the neighborhood in black & white photos. Like any part of the city, Rogers Park has seen a wave of change over the years — many places that were …

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Opinion

Loyola’s lakefront is undeniably beautiful. Whether it’s the waves crashing or the sun shining on a warm fall day, the natural beauty of the water fosters a positive, calming environment for those who take advantage …