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Opinion

As another hiring season at Loyola draws to a close, many of us in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) are experiencing a familiar sense of disappointment, frustration and even anger over the failure …

Opinion

Last week, I attended a panel discussion sponsored by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges titled “Toward an Inclusive Campus Community.” Designed for trustees of private and public postsecondary institutions, the panel …

News

It’s an experience many students living south of Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus know all too well. While speed-walking to a class that starts shortly, students are stopped dead in their tracks by the glowing red …

News

As the end of the semester approaches, students begin to think of possible living arrangements for the fall. Well, they’re not alone — Loyola’s own therapy dog Tivo is looking for a new roommate. If …

Photo Briefs

The Phoenix teamed up with Jamason Chen’s photojournalism class (COMM 207) to showcase friends and neighbors for the People’s Issue.        

Closer Look

Walking into Maguire Hall on the Water Tower Campus, you’ll first notice the sun streaming through large windows along the north side of the building. Next, you’ll notice laughter from the second floor, where a …