News

Executive Director of Loyola’s Office for Equity and Compliance (OEC) Tim Love spoke at a student government meeting Sept. 28, addressing recent controversy over the university’s handling of sexual misconduct reports. The Student Government of …

News

Masks, vaccines and controlled entryways are just some of the ways the university is preventing the spread of COVID-19.  But what happens after a positive case is reported?  Director of Loyola’s Wellness Center, Joan Holden, …

News

Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney announced Aug. 23 she will leave her position as president at the end of the 2021-2022 school year, The Phoenix reported. Faculty and students reflected on her tenure and legacy …

Opinion

I’ll start with the story. The story I’ve known since I was a kid and the story that defined so much of my life to this point. Even though I wasn’t alive to see it …

News

Loyola announced masks will be required in all public spaces and buildings on every campus for the time being, regardless of vaccine status. The announcement said Loyola plans to continue updating the policy based on …

News

Margaret Faut Callahan will be returning to her previous role as provost and chief academic officer of Loyola for a one to two-year term, according to a letter from Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney posted on …

News

The Loyola Phoenix was named runner up for the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence award for the best overall student newspaper.    The Columbia Daily Spectator, the student newspaper at Columbia University in …

News

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced COVID-19 capacity restrictions will end June 11, opening the door for Chicago to fully reopen for the busy summer months.  The remarks came during a live Q&A with Dr. Allison Arwady, …