News

Elizabeth Coffman will become the interim dean of Loyola’s School of Communication on July 1 as Hong Cheng departs for Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU), according to an email sent to the Loyola community.  Cheng …

News

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 …

Arts & Entertainment

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 …

News

Updated May 22 7:48 p.m. Nine people were shot, including two killed, at approximately 10:41 p.m. outside of the McDonald’s restaurant at 10 East Chicago Avenue that neighbors Loyola’s Water Tower Campus, according to police. …

Art

Whether Chicagoans are taking a stroll down the trail or riding in the intercampus shuttle down the expressway, they will find Lake Michigan’s shore is home to an array of diverse artwork. The pieces lining …

Student Life

The holy month of Ramadan has fallen in Loyola’s academic year for the first time in more than a decade, and Muslim students have relied on each other to balance their spiritual and scholarly lives. …

Theater

In a poignant story about childhood, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts makes a familiar story feel brand new with its spring musical, “Into the Woods.” More recently adapted with the 2014 Disney movie, …

Music

Exploring love and loss in an overtly honest way, Wallows created a second album meant to be listened to from start to finish. Wallows is composed of guitarists and vocalists Dylan Minnette and Braeden Lemasters, …