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Loyola’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) called for an “intervention” with Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, portraying her as  “out of touch” with the experiences of Loyola faculty and students and …

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With the highest increase in undergraduate tuition in three years for the 2019-20 school year, many students might be wondering where their tuition money goes. Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney has previously been vocal about …

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Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt took home Loyola’s highest honor, the Sword of Loyola, at the Founders’ Dinner Sept. 12. The Sword of Loyola is awarded to individuals who hold the spiritual qualities of St. Ignatius, according …

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Loyola president Jo Ann Rooney joined the chorus of voices condemning the practice of separating migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border in a statement released Thursday. “Forced family separations are contrary to our Jesuit, Catholic …

Students

As an investigation into a Feb. 24 incident between students and Campus Safety continues, the investigation firm Hillard Heintze is asking for student testimonies, according to an email sent to Loyola students from Office of …

Faculty and Staff

Reported in collaboration with Loyola’s Investigative and Public Affairs Capstone. After 11 years as an adjunct instructor at Loyola, Alyson Paige Warren is finally being offered her first raise from the university. She’s one of …

Staff Editorial

The relationship between the university and its students has been a rocky one in recent years, with some students on campus feeling their voices aren’t heard by the administration. An article published by The PHOENIX …

Faculty and Staff

Members of Loyola’s non-tenured track (NTT) faculty union have continued to organize in hopes of making prospective students aware of their cause during Loyola Weekend, organizers said at a town hall meeting Friday. Loyola Weekend …