Phoenix Farewells

Editor-in-chief: Katie Anthony I’ve written lots of stories for The Phoenix (139 to be exact) but this might be the hardest. I’ve been on The Phoenix as long as I’ve been in college, from a …

Poptimism

“We’re only getting older, baby,” and graduation for Loyola’s class of 2022 is rapidly approaching.  With that comes my departure from The Phoenix. This is my last column, my last article and the final issue …

ReRuns

Yes, there comes a time when we must write a “ReRuns” about our favorite show. When the past resurfaces in the form of a nostalgic column. When I write in the cadence of the late …

News

A mouse was spotted in Campion Hall, once again. Joined by a familiar foe of the campus, mold, the dorm is facing a series of struggles as students head into the last weeks of the …

March Madness

Students gathered across Loyola’s campuses, from Damen Student Center to the Schreiber Center stairs, to watch as Loyola fell to Ohio State University in the first round of the NCAA tournament March 17. Senior Lucas …

Poptimism

Packed for a spring break getaway to Los Angeles, I was bright-eyed and runny-nosed. Unfortunately, that runny nose turned out to be a case of COVID-19.  In a devastating turn of events, my sun-soaked dreams …

News

Most Fridays, Loyola students can find organizers from Students for Reproductive Justice (SRJ) handing out condoms on the corner outside the Mundelein Center for Fine and Performing Arts.  Loyola for Life, the campus’ anti-abortion group, …