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Loyola’s softball team is beginning the new season with a key member of the team missing. Assistant coach Brittany Cervantes has decided to leave the...

A Loyola student has been diagnosed with a probable case of mumps, according to health officials at Loyola's Wellness Center. A “probable” case, accor...

There is an increasing amount of queer characters on TV and in movies nowadays, and I am overjoyed that queer people are becoming more visible. But I...

“Fat.” The word may sound harsh and critical, bringing up hurtful memories or distinct images. But blogger Jes Baker has no problem saying it — in fac...

Co-Authored by Amanda Lister Loyola’s women’s basketball redshirt junior guard Taylor Johnson is known among her teammates for being soft- spoken and...

Co-Authored by Luke Pramberger With Loyola’s men’s volleyball former head coach Shane Davis’ resignation, many in the Loyola community were shocked, q...

The best part about Whitney Cross’ job is her job. Even after more than one hour of phone conversation with the 2014 Loyola graduate, who was in her C...

Loyola’s men’s basketball team came out of its season-long offensive funk to take down the Indiana State Sycamores 104-96 in a double overtime thrille...

Loyola's men's volleyball players Nick Olson and Ben Plaisted dropped a Rambler rap that might surpass "LUC Trap" in popularity. Olson and Plaisted, w...

Seven games into the regular season, the Loyola men’s volleyball team appears to be returning to its dominant self. After dropping the first two games...

  • Security Notebook

    Compiled from Campus Safety Reports Times represent when incidents were reported, not necessarily when they occurred.   ...

  • State Halts MAP Grant Funding

    Co-Authored by Rory Dayton Maria Solis, a junior at Loyola, is frustrated. She’s frustrated because the Illinois state government has cut funding for the ...

  • Garanzini: State’s CPS Takeover Impractical

    Tensions continue to grow for all those involved in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), with new proposals and budget cuts hitting the school district hard. The ...

  • Recruiting Season Brings Challenges for Loyola Brand

    Winter isn’t the only season sweeping across campus — it’s recruiting season, too. As Loyola’s career service offices plan job fairs, students plan profes ...

  • No Snow Days?

    It’s been about two weeks since a record-breaking storm dropped 2 to 3 feet of snow across the East Coast from Jan. 22-24. Many universities, from New Yor ...

  • Café Descartes Closes

    If you were planning on checking out Café Descartes in the Granada Center, a change in plans is recommended – you will be greeted by a locked door with a ...

  • State Halts MAP Grant Funding

    Co-Authored by Rory Dayton Maria Solis, a junior at Loyola, is frustrated. She’s frustrated because the Illinois state government has cut funding for the ...

  • Garanzini: State’s CPS Takeover Impractical

    Tensions continue to grow for all those involved in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), with new proposals and budget cuts hitting the school district hard. The ...

  • No Snow Days?

    It’s been about two weeks since a record-breaking storm dropped 2 to 3 feet of snow across the East Coast from Jan. 22-24. Many universities, from New Yor ...

  • App to Make Campus Travel More Efficient

    Co-Authored by Almudena Rincon An app that aims to improve the experience of Loyola students on campus transportation is expected to launch this spring. 8 ...

  • Students Still Love Chipotle

    Don’t be surprised when you see the Chipotle on Sheridan closed on Feb. 8. After a series of foodborne illness outbreaks in 2015, Chipotle will close all ...

  • Loyola Student Recovers, Case Remains Open

    On the night of Jan. 23, a person fired several shots from a gray Nissan Altima driving down North Clark Street with one bullet hitting a Loyola student. ...

SPORTS

Murphy’s Law – Sick and Retired: NFL Players Calling it Quits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ40atUL8d0 They say that all good things come to an end, and so it has come t...

OPINION

The PHOENIX Guide to the Presidential Primaries

The presidential primaries can be confusing. Why are people already voting, if elections aren't until November? And...

Transportation Safety Depends on Students, 8-Ride Office

It’s cold outside and you just left your friend’s off-campus apartment. You start to walk home, but you realize you...

CLOSER LOOK

  • The Bourgeois Pig

    The Bourgeois Pig Cafe (738 W. Fullerton Ave.) off the Fullerton Red Line stop has been on my list of places to try since last year. Its charming name att ...

  • Chicago Restaurant Week is happening right now

    In case you didn’t know, it’s Chicago Restaurant Week, one of the most glorious times of the year. Lucky for you, there are a few days left. From now unti ...

  • Dining on the Line: Da Lobsta

    Full disclosure: I’ve never been to the East Coast. I never ate seafood growing up (my mom hates it). I’ve never actually had lobster that didn’t come ins ...

  • Dining on the Line: Cochon Volant

    Whenever my boyfriend is in town, I like to plan at least one semi-fancy lunch/dinner (even though we aren't very fancy people). When he was here last, we ...

  • Boiling it Down to the Basics: Pizza, Drinks, Movies

    There are three words that always make me happy: “movies,” “pizza” and “free”  — and that’s exactly what the Boiler Room (2210 N. California Ave.) has to ...

  • Dining on the Line: The Squared Circle

    Normally when I see the Comic Sans font, I run away as fast as I can. The hideous, casual script font can make me dislike almost anything. I have to say “ ...

  • When Science Meets Food…

    What is molecular gastronomy? One of the most decorated restaurants in the world (not to mention Chicago), is Alinea (1723 N. Halsted St.). As one of only ...

  • Dining on the Line: Aloha Eats

    There are many reasons why I love Chicago, but the one at the top of the list is because of all the delicious, unique places to eat here. And I love my jo ...

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