Crime

A female Loyola student reported an armed robbery on Wednesday evening, according to a crime alert email from Chief of Police and Director of Campus Safety Thomas Murray. The incident occurred at around 8:30 p.m. near the intersection …

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By Grace Runkel An attempted armed robbery took place Friday morning about two blocks west of Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, according to an email alert from Campus Safety. Around 3:40 a.m. two individuals were sitting …

Campus

The Phoenix staff took home 13 awards at the Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) Feb. 20. The Phoenix competed in the non-daily category with a student enrollment of more than 4,000 students. Content from December …

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Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed a bill Friday that would have helped to fund the education of low-income students in Illinois, according to an NBC report. Senate Bill 2043 would have provided $397.1 million to MAP grants, as …

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Loyola College of Arts and Sciences non-tenured faculty members have voted in favor of unionizing with Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 73. Faculty voted 63 percent in favor of union representation with a vote …

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Senior Michael Fasullo, who was elected President of the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) last spring, announced his resignation Tuesday night. “I feel that I’m not able to do the things I was elected …

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Sometimes, Loyola University Chicago does business under another name: Lakeside Management. Loyola has been operating as a nonprofit real estate company called Lakeside Management since mid-2012. Looking at Lakeside’s website, you would never know it …

Campus

Ever wonder why the squirrels on campus are so friendly? For Suhair Jasevicius, they even come up to her and eat right out of her hand.  The Phoenix sat down with her to hear her …