Arts & Entertainment

From July 15-17, Chicago’s Union Park was home to Pitchfork Music Festival, highlighting rappers, indie bands and everyone in between. Despite the rain and mud which lasted the length of the festival, Pitchfork’s masterful curation …

Music

English singer Rex Orange County turned Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (1300 S. Linn White Dr.) into a pop-disco party during his Chicago stop on the “WHO CARES?” Tour. The singer, whose actual name …

Arts & Entertainment

Every year on June 1, Pride month begins and so do the pride festivities. From Chicago’s annual Pride Fest to after-hours zoo adventures, here are a few local events for anyone looking to celebrate the …

News

With the 2022 Illinois Primary set for June 28 and the mail-in voting process beginning, The Phoenix has put together everything you need to know to register and vote ahead of this year’s midterm elections. …

Not many shows today juggle psych wards, Soviet gulags and the satanic panic in a single season — nor should they, one might argue. Nonetheless, “Stranger Things” fans received all this and more on May …

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Students are now allowed to have overnight guests in the dorm halls for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the university announced in a Jan. 27 email to the community.  During fall semester, …

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As of Friday, Jan. 21, only about 66% of students expected to return to on-campus living had checked in to their residence halls, according to university officials. Loyola announced Jan. 6 most classes would be …

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The Loyola men’s basketball team (3-0) powered past Chicago State University Nov. 16 to start the season 3-0 for the second consecutive season. Loyola was again proven too much to handle offensively by Chicago State, …