What factors into home?

Peter Rosenblatt, director of Urban Studies, is researching the policies behind urban and public housing

65-59: The men's basketball team just upset a top-five team for the first time in 33 years

None of Loyola's current players were alive the last time the Ramblers upset a top-5 team.

Stritch students discuss their lives without legislation like the Dream Act

Arreola is pursuing an M.D. at the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in the Chicago suburb of Maywood.

Just in time for the holidays: four shortcuts for gift giving

Relative prosperity combined with natural generosity motivates us to remember and give to those we value and love this holiday season.

It's not just about a house

During Alternative Break Immersion trips, students are building relationships with a community and each other

Loyola University Chicago to launch the Curt and Linda Rodin Center for Social Justice

Communities in need of critical legal services in such areas as health care, education, and criminal justice will benefit from a new center at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law thanks to the generosity of alumnus Curt Rodin (JD ’75) and his wife, Linda Rodin.

Stritch's Dr. Richard Cooper explains how new blood pressure guidelines can save lives

New Blood Pressure Guidelines a ‘Signal to Take Action’

The Valentine brothers are making their mark on the Ramblers...as well as the Bulls

Drew Valentine, 26, joined Denzel, 23, in Chicago when Loyola hired him in June as an assistant coach. Denzel, averaging 10.3 points off the bench in his second season with the Bulls, pops over to Ramblers practices.

A leading social entrepreneur engages business students in a conversation to build change

Students from across the Quinlan School of Business engaged in a lively and interactive dialogue with leading social entrepreneur Mark Hanis as part of a leadership conversation series hosted by the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.

A Voice for the Voiceless

Social justice sits at the heart of alumna Sister Norma S. Pimentel’s life work

Meet a powerful force for change in Chicago's West Town neighborhood

Musick is the residential services coordinator at the Open Door Youth Shelter in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago, part of the Night Ministry.

Girls Who Code: Loyola launches its first chapter of the ceiling-shattering nonprofit

Loyola’s Girls Who Code chapter aims to provide a space for young women to learn, teach, and explore coding in an inclusive and supportive environment.

Leadership, Scholarship, Service

Meet the 14 students who took home a President's Medallion for their work in—and out of—the classroom

In St. Peter’s Square

The five-year, cross-campus collaboration <i>Healing Earth</i> earned high honors from the Vatican

Join Industry experts to talk journalism, media literacy, and the fight against disinformation

On November 8, Loyola faculty and other industry experts are sitting down to discuss the topic that’s been dominating the news for more than a year: President Donald Trump’s contentious relationship with the press and political journalists.

When an earthquake struck in Nepal, Andrew Trotter (MD ’07) aided the response

For Andrew Trotter (MD ’07), medicine has always been a global experience. After his first year at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine, Trotter volunteered in India and later on spent one rotation in Bolivia.

The center of a community

From dancing to coding, the classes offered by this year's Martyrs Award recipient are having an impact on everyone

Stritch alum develops new drug to treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

The field of pediatric neurology is changing, and Stritch alum Dr. Edward Kaye (BS ’71, MD ’75) is leading the charge.

Why Loyola received a Climate Leadership Award is no mystery: Just read our stats

For this year’s Climate Leadership Awards, USGBC and Second Nature chose winners who contributed to the environment through extensive sustainability efforts.

Meet the PROLAW alumni fighting to improve law and order around the globe

Anyone who thinks ‘making the world a better place’ sounds like a romantic, utopian goal should take a look at Zeeshan Ali Tahir’s (LLM ’15) resume.