Join Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. and the Department of Community Relations for the annual Community Holiday Party. Loyola University Chicago is introducing the Community Action Scholarship. The beneficiary of this scholarship will continue to carry out the mission of Community Relations, by designing and implementing a community based project that will directly benefit the Rogers Park and Edgewater neighborhoods of the Lake Shore Campus.
Construction continues for the new Michael R. Quinlan School of Business and Newcastle, Limited’s 35-story residential tower. Loyola is seeking board of underground approval for the School of Business within the next month.
As Sheridan Road work comes to a close this October/early-November, Loyola University Chicago will move forward with the permanent closure of 6300 Kenmore Avenue.
The Artisan Market Streeterville will be held on Nov. 9, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Nov. 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ryan Atrium in the Northwestern University Lurie Research Center, 303 E. Superior Street. Admission is free and discounted parking will be offered two blocks south of Superior at 321 E. Erie Street.
Looking for some artistic engagement this holiday season? Take a trip to LUMA.
On Friday, September 27, the office of Community Relations accidentally welcomed the Berger Park Advisory Council’s Doggy Day on campus. Residents who were aware of student-move in and family weekend intentionally came to campus to introduce their dogs to the new, student neighbors.
Loyola University’s Center for Service and Action and Office of Community Relations partnered with the Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Project (EESP) to plan a city beautification fence-painting project.
Loyola students sampled to 22 local restaurants between the Red Line Howard and Bryn Mawr Red Line stations.
Volunteer Wetland Restoration at LUREC
In September of 2013, Emmy Award winning Loyola University Professor, Liz Coffman, undertook an inspired project with her graduate Digital Media and Storytelling class in our School of Communication.