Arts & Entertainment

When Chicago’s temperature drops, the homeless population is often left out in the cold. But a local resident and Loyola student organization are proving everyone can do their part to help.  A Rogers Park photographer, …

Arts & Entertainment

The entertainment industry is notorious for being competitive. But since COVID-19 hit, it has become even harder for entertainers to find work. Some have decided to take matters into their own hands. K. Renatus is …

News

A man died after being shot Sunday morning in Rogers Park, about two miles from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, police said.  The shooting occurred in the 7600 block of North Ashland Avenue at about 2:10 …

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Loyola’s decision to make renovations to the Granada Center is designed to improve the building, but the construction itself has a number of businesses frustrated. The construction started in early May and is expected to …

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Loyola representatives are heading across the world to global warming’s “poster child” — an island called Tuvalu which could disappear in decades as a result of the warming planet — for the creation of a …

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A 16-year-old girl who was reported missing about a mile from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus has been located, police said. Jasmine Szontagh was reported missing after being last seen at the 6900 block of North …

Campus

Disclaimer: Phoenix Assistant News Editor Mary Chappell is a member of the Silhouettes. She didn’t edit this article ahead of publication. Funding requests for Loyola student organizations went through the roof this semester, leaving students …

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Ahead of the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) elections later this week, the three vice presidential candidates faced off in a debate Monday night in Damen Den. Around a dozen students were in attendance …