News

In association with the 150th anniversary of Loyola’s opening, President Jo Ann Rooney announced Monday the launch of the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health which will be a new school and independent …

Faculty and Staff

More than five years after initially reporting “air quality” issues in BVM Hall to the university, some employees’ offices have been dispersed around campus and the problems continue, several affected members told The Phoenix. The …

Campus

In a bid to prove there’s student support to create a community space on campus dedicated to Latinx identifying students, senior Ana Avendano started a petition. Avendano, a 21-year-old studying political science, said she envisions …

News

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 …

News

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 …

News

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 …

Track & Field

Last season, the Loyola women’s track and field team finished sixth at the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Indoor Championships, its highest place since Loyola’s first year in the MVC. The men’s team finished in seventh, …

Community

The busiest medical cannabis dispensary in Illinois, Dispensary 33 — located just two and a half miles from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus — might start attracting more crowds. Democrat J.B. Pritzker’s win over Republican incumbent …