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 …

It doesn’t feel like I’m writing my last story for The Phoenix. I still vividly remember turning in my first-ever story about a controversy with a poke place near campus, anxiously waiting for comments from …

As I count down the days until I walk across the graduation stage, I’ve had to prepare for a lot of goodbyes.  Some of my friends are moving to other states, my parents are retiring …

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Riders in Chicago are no longer required to wear masks on some of the city’s most popular transportation options, including the CTA, Metra, Uber and Lyft, after a federal judge’s decision has impacted mask mandates …

Tuesday night productions come with many decisions — what stories will make it to the front page? Should we use this photo or that one? Most importantly, what will I have for dinner? Loyola’s Water …

It’s April 6, which means we’re just about a month away from the final day of finals week, May 7. For seniors, it means we’re only a month out from the end of our undergraduate …

Going on hour 12 of being in The Phoenix newsroom tonight, this week’s music theme has emerged: throwback One Direction with some short trips into the solo discography of the five members (except Liam, sorry).  …

Content warning: Sexual assault, rape, drugs This week, the story that appears above the fold of The Phoenix tackles difficult topics — sexual assault, drugs and the process of reporting traumatic events to the university.  …