Alexa Galas | The PhoenixJohn and Kathy Schreiber have been regular supporters of the university, with a building named after them at Loyola's Water Tower Campus.

Loyola alumnus John Schreiber and his wife Kathy are donating $100 million to the university to fund scholarships for historically underrepresented students, according to a university press release. The largest gift in university history, this …

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Loyola Athletics announced the hiring of John Hawks as the new Head Coach of the men’s volleyball team in a press conference May 27. Director of Athletics Steve Watson announced April 28 that Loyola men’s …

Not many shows today juggle psych wards, Soviet gulags and the satanic panic in a single season — nor should they, one might argue. Nonetheless, “Stranger Things” fans received all this and more on May …

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Each year Chicago hosts some of the most popular festivals in the music scene, welcoming artists of different styles and fans of every genre. Here, The Phoenix explains the weekends and highlights different performers at …

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The Department of Education has unveiled proposed amendments to Title IX which will restore protections for students who are victims of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sex-based discrimination which were rolled back under the previous …

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Men's Volleyball

Loyola Athletics announced the hiring of John Hawks as the new Head Coach of the men’s volleyball team in a press conference May 27. Director of Athletics Steve Watson announced April 28 that Loyola men’s …

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English singer Rex Orange County turned Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (1300 S. Linn White Dr.) into a pop-disco party during his Chicago stop on the “WHO CARES?” Tour. The singer, whose actual name …

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On May 21, myself and three other Loyola students traveled to the La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogota, Colombia. We hoped to see a museum, but ended up at a political rally for then left-wing candidate …