Nicky Andrews | The PhoenixLoyola students with disabilities express concerns, as they're unable to receive the accommodations they need from the Student Accessibility Center (SAC).

Students with disabilities have expressed concerns about Loyola’s Student Accessibility Center (SAC), saying the program lacks the necessary resources to properly accommodate students in need.  Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II …

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Aube Paul was an impressionable 16-year-old when she dipped her toes in the treacherous waters of Twitter. Beyond the surface of innocuous thoughts and attempted humor lies a deep-rooted community of individuals dedicated to various …

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Ella Doyle, the new president of the student government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) has served for three weeks now after the sudden resignation of her predecessor Margaret Bronec and former Vice President Erla Dervishi.  As …

Women's Soccer

The Loyola women’s soccer team is no stranger to consistency. Three-time conference champions and currently in the running to win the 2021 regular season championship, the Ramblers haven’t finished with a losing record since 2016. …

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As Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus was pummeled with rain, the Mundelein Center for Performing Arts (1020 W Sheridan Road) saw flooding and a false fire alarm Oct. 25.  On Monday morning, a fire detector was …

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Former men’s basketball player Jake Baughman is returning to the team as director of player development — a job that was recently held by his teammate Clayton Custer. After former head coach Porter Moser departed …

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The second week of the 57th Chicago International Film Festival brought stars such as Kenneth Branagh and Rebecca Hall to the event and featured the best performances of the festival. This week also had, arguably, …

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“If I wanted the government in my uterus, I’d f— a senator,” is the battle cry of feminists across the nation after Texas passed Senate Bill (S.B.) 8. To the disbelief of pro-choice activists across …