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No Future in the Past:
by The Phoenix
Jan 01, 2010
“Following Shannon Reidy's abrupt resignation from her position as head coach of women's basketball, the team and the program found themselves swept up in the winds of change and uncertainty. On April 6, after nearly a month of wondering, the Ramblers were finally informed of their new coach, Eric Simpson.”
Cut to the Quick:
by The Phoenix
Jan 01, 2010
“It's good to know that Chicago's blessed with plucky small-scale theaters like the Side Project that are dedicated to the production of heavy-hitting and ambitious short theater projects such as its current show, Cut to the Quick. It's even better to know that such a theater is so close to our Loyolan home, just two skips and an el jump away in Jarvis Square.”
Op-Ed: The Handshake that Shook America
by The Phoenix
Jan 01, 2010
“Kennedy and Khrushchev. Nixon and Mao Zedong. Reagan and Gorbachev. And now Barack Obama and Hugo Chavez. David Shuster of MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann last night highlighted the momentous handshakes in history between American Presidents and the leaders of what were at the time enemy nations:
"Are we so damaged from eight years of Bush foreign policy," asked Shuster, "that a handshake could create such an uproar?" It certainly seems so.”

Loyola names new VP of Student Affairs
by The Phoenix
Jan 01, 2010
“As of July 1, 2009, Robert D. Kelly, Ph.D., will assume the position of Loyola's vice president of Student Affairs. Kelly will replace the current vice president, Richard Salmi, S.J., who announced this past fall that he would be leaving Loyola at the end of the 2008-09 academic year to be the president of Spring Hill College.”
LU hosts globalization conference
by The Phoenix
Jan 01, 2010
“Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley, Francis Cardinal George and Illinois Senator Richard Durbin will be the keynote speakers at the eighth annual "Globalization for the Common Good" conference, which will be held at Loyola from May 31 to June 4. This is the first time the seminar has been held in North America, and Loyola was chosen based on its mission and vision of serving the common good and the strength of the school's religious faith.”
A shining example of student activism
by The Phoenix
Apr 21, 2009
“One in four college women has experienced sexual assault. This disturbing (and debated) statistic was revealed in a survey conducted for Ms. magazine in 1985 and has been supported as recently as 2005 by a survey from the American Association of College Women.”
First global warming, now Loyola
by The Phoenix
Apr 21, 2009
“Eyeing a strong close to the season, the No. 15 Loyola men's volleyball team won for the fourth straight time in its regular season finale vs. Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (12-13, 3-6 MIVA) 3-0 (30-20, 30-19, 31-29) Friday night in Alumni Gym, improving their record to 16-9 overall and 5-5 in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association conference.”
Of Mice and Mack
by The Phoenix
Apr 21, 2009
“Ahhh, soak it in. It's the best time of the year.
Sure, the weather isn't quite summeresque. Public Enemies remains months from its theatrical release. And next week's finals and term papers will be more unbearable than that ubiquitous "What can I get for a dollar?" McDonald's commercial.”

Grapes of Raf
by The Phoenix
Apr 21, 2009
“Don't be fooled by the competition - the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune have a lot more in common than you might imagine. There's the blatant bankruptcy resemblance, with both newspapers succumbing to the economy and making every young journalist cry themselves to sleep.”
Twelfth Night
by The Phoenix
Apr 21, 2009
“William Shakespeare will turn 445 this week, and as Chicago is celebrating with "Talk Like Shakespeare Day," daring productions of one of the Bard's best comedies can be seen here in the hippest theater city in the country. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre is a decently straightforward production with one major exception: Some members of the audience might want to bring ponchos.”
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