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Community Relations

Loyola Neighborhood News: 2005-2011

Loyola Neighborhood News is a publication distributed from the Department of Community Relations to neighbors within a three-block radius around Loyola's campus as well as to local organizations, block clubs, and community groups.  Our aim is to inform our neighbors of news, events, and campus development as well as highlight local community members and businesses.

Click the following links to see past issues of our newsletter:

Winter 2005/2006: Volume 1, Issue 1

April 2006: Volume 1, Issue 2

August 2006: Volume 2, Issue 1

February 2007: Volume 2, Issue 2

April 2007: Volume 2, Issue 3

August 2007: Volume 3, Issue 1

October 2009: Volume 4, Issue 2

January 2010: Volume 1, Issue 5

"Center for Experiential Learning"


"Sheridan Road Planning Update"

"Successful Community Holiday Party"

February 2010: Volume 1, Issue 6

"Discover Continuing Education at Loyola"

"Working with K-12 Students"

"Luma Overview"

March 2010: Volume 1, Issue 7

     Loyola Neighborhood News, Volume 1, Issue 7"Loyola Amends its Planned Development"

     "Loyolans You Should Know: Dr. Robert Kelly"

     "Borrow-A-Bike Program Expands"

     "Census 2010: Why is it Important?"

     "Community Events Calendar"     

August 2010: Volume 2, Issue 1

"Welcome Letter from Director Jennifer Clark"

"Updates on Planned Development #34"

 Loyola Neighborhood News, Volume 1, Issue 7"Convocation Speaker: Eboo Patel"

"The Flats at Loyola Station Opens"

"Continuum: New Programs and Events"

Upcoming Events: Student Arrival and Move-In Information, Glenwood Avenue Arts Festival, New Year's Celebration and Fireworks Extravaganza, & Faculty Biennale Reception and Exhibit.

September 2010: Volume 2, Issue 2

"Current Off-Campus Initiatives"

"Community Relations at Welcome Week 2010"

"Loyolans You Should Know: Spencer Schmid, Transportation Alternatives Intern"

"The Flats at Loyola Station: Grand Opening Reception Recap"

"University-Assisted Housing Program: Two Years Later"

October 2010: Volume 2, Issue 3

"Loyola Announces New Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC)"

"Participatory Budgeting in the 49th Ward"

"Equipment Manager Training Program"

"Loyola Mens Basketball Season: Special Events and Offers"

"Community Holiday Reception: Host Committee Recruitment"

November 2010: Volume 2, Issue 4

"City Council Approves Campus Plan"

"Redevelopment on Kenmore and Winthrop"

"Come Celebrate With Us: Community Holiday Reception"

"Stand Up for Mother Nature and Earth Day!"

 "Fraternities Step Up to Serve their Community"

December 2010: Volume 2, Issue 5

"Bring Food, Get Festive: Community Holiday Party"

"Loyola Community Expresses Safety Concerns"

"New Businesses to Enter Loyola's Neighborhoods"

"Winter Break: Campus Closings and Changes of Hours"

"Community Response Survey"

February 2011: Volume 2, Issue 6

"Gearing Up for 'Saving Green Together'"

"Edgewater and Loyola - Leaders in Sustainability"

Loyola Neighborhood News, Volume 2, Issue 6"Loyola Honors Retiring Alderwomen"

"Loyola Spotlight: Division of Public Affairs Student Interns"

March 2011: Volume 2, Issue 7

"Explore your Neighborhood and your Palate: Taste of RogersEdge"

"Local Businesses Offer 'Rambler Bucks' Option Off-Campus"

"Earth Day: Program Schedule Unveiled and Call for Volunteers"

"The Flats Premieres Short Film Feature"

Upcoming Events and Call for Volunteers

 April 2011: Volume 2, Issue 8



"CTA Rennovations 'On-Track' for Loyola Red Line Station"

"'Reimagine' Campaign Launches New Norville Center for Intercollegiate Athletics"

"Recap of Community Relations Events: Taste of RogersEdge, eARTh night: Planet Art School, and
North Lake Shore Earth Day"

"Graduation, Student Move-Out Approaching"

"Loyola Campus Engages Community: Giving House Seeks Donations and Loyola Greek Life Cleans Neighborhoods"

May 2011: Volume 2, Issue 9

"Loyola Named Top Institution for Service on U.S. President's Honor Roll"

"Sustainable Development on Kenmore Avenue"

"The Neighbors Have Spoken: Results of the Community Perception Survey"

"Summer Construction Temporarily Closes Doors, Breaks Ground"

"Continuing Education Program Offers Courses in Sustainability"

June 2011: Special Summer Issue

Loyola Neighborhood News, Summer Issue"Neighbors Enjoy as Students Learn to Run Loyola Farmer's Market"

 August 2011: Lake Shore Campus Volume 3, Issue 1

Loyola Students Return with a Bang

Rogers Park Community Seeks Special Service Area for Sheridan Road

Students Gearing Up for New Bike Rental and Repair Business

Development on Campus Means Continued Construction

Father Garanzini's New Job

September 2011: Lake Shore Campus Volume 3, Issue 2

First-Year Students Serve Community during Saturday of Service

Students and Neighbors Rock Out Together

Celebrate Rambler Pride: Homecoming 2011

Loyola Forum Discusses Mayor Emmanuel's Performance

September 2011: Water Tower Campus Volume 3, Issue 1

"Welcome to Loyola Neighborhood News"

"Keeping Our Neighborhood Safe"

"Business Spotlight: Three Eateries Join Water Tower Campus Community"

"Continuum Welcomes Water Tower Campus"

"Introducing The Clare Corner"

September 2011: Loyola Retreat and Ecology Campus Volume 3, Issue 1

"Looking Back, Looking Ahead: History of Retreat and Ecology Campus"

"All Invited to Harvest Festival at LUREC"

"Sustaining Ourselves and Our Community: Localvore Movement"

"Transformative Education and Academic Programming on Campus"

"Commings' Cooking Corner: Seasonal Recipe from LUREC's Exec Chef"

October 2011: Lake Shore Campus Volume 3, Issue 3

Campus Residence Hall Slated for Destruction

Community Invited to Trick-or-Treat On Campus

Season Wraps Up for Loyola Farmer's Market

ChainLinks Offers Bike Repairs to the Community

Mullady Theatre to Close Curtains After Exciting Season

November 2011: Lake Shore Campus Volume 3, Issue 4

Come Celebrate With Us: Community Holiday Party

Business Spotlight: Sweet Attila's and The Growling Rabbit

Sign Petition, Save Federal Financial Aid for Students

November 2011: Water Tower Campus Volume 3, Issue 2

$25 Dollars a Day: Exploring the Eateries of Water Tower

Labre Ministry Students Feed Bellies and Souls

New Business of "Epic" Proportions

Take Part: Transportation Survey

Mullady Theatre to Close Curtains after Exciting Season



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