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Dr. Edmund J. Rooney Jr., a former Phoenix adviser who died in 2007, was described by his students as a stereotypical 1960s newspaperman who inspired work ethic in staff members. Patricia Sullivan, a previous managing …

Crime

In an era when the media is increasingly under attack, someone at Loyola appeared to take matters into their own hands by throwing away stacks of Loyola’s student newspaper, The Phoenix, at the downtown Water …

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Today’s PHOENIX editors often joke about the paper rising from the ashes, but that sentiment is precisely why the name was chosen when the paper originated in 1969. “Out of the ashes of the old …

Closer Look

As a billow of smoke leapt from the rocket boosters and a thunderous noise shook the ground, a shuttlecraft cleared the launch tower at the Kennedy Space Center, its neon orange tail contrasting the ocean-blue …

News

Both The PHOENIX and Loyola’s student-run radio station, WLUW, brought home Mark of Excellence awards from this weekend’s Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Region 5 Conference. The awards recognized the best collegiate journalism of 2014 …

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With each new semester comes new book lists: Machiavelli, Organic Chemistry, French grammar — you name it, it’s likely to be required for Loyola students. Of course, book lists lead to actually ordering the books. …