Loyola leading the charge for children’s rights

For the second time in four years, Loyola’s Katherine Kaufka Walts has traveled to the UN in Switzerland to advocate for children’s rights.

Loyola among nation’s best in NCAA academic report

Loyola joined Harvard as the only two NCAA Division I institutions to post a 99 percent Graduation Success Rate score for student-athletes, according to the latest NCAA figures.

Soccer team hosting NCAA tournament game

The Loyola University Chicago men’s soccer team will host UIC in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament on Thursday at Loyola Soccer Park.

It’s On Us campaign

Loyola is asking everyone to commit to creating an environment where sexual assault is unacceptable by taking the It's On Us pledge.

Historic celebration

Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, was officially installed November 4, 2016, as the 24th president of Loyola University Chicago.

The best Chicago has to offer

See what makes the Second City such a first-class town—and such a great place to go to school.

Loyola senior honored for spring break heroics

Loyola senior Jackson Kozlowski received the Indiana Distinguished Service Cross for helping two Ramblers injured in rough surf during a trip to Puerto Rico.

Quinlan incubator takes on poverty

Launched in spring 2016, the Urban Social Benefit Incubator joins social entrepreneurs and business leaders in the fight against poverty.

Jesuits elect new Superior General

Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J., of Venezuela was elected Friday as Superior General of the Society of Jesus, becoming the order’s first Latin American leader.

Research: Color and font affects online behaviors

Quinlan Associate Professor Lauren Labrecque, PhD, is looking into how color and fonts affect online behaviors—and how businesses can use that information.

Celebrating service

For the seventh year in a row, Loyola has been named one of the top colleges in the country for community service and civic engagement.

Loyola to host urban history conference

More than 650 urban historians, scholars, and authors from around the world will come to Loyola in October for the Urban History Association’s eighth biennial conference.

At home in the lab

Professor Alan Wolfe, PhD, found his calling as a researcher and teacher—and now he’s Loyola’s Faculty Member of the Year.

Jesuits gather in Rome to choose new Superior General

On October 2, 2016, General Congregation 36 will convene in Rome to elect a new Superior General to lead the Society of Jesus.

Students get hands-on experience with D.C. program

In the midst of one of the most controversial elections in U.S. history, 11 Loyola students are in the center of it all as part of the University’s new internship program.

One year later, Arrupe students thriving

Loyola's Arrupe College opened its doors to its inaugural class during the summer of 2015. One year later, those students are thriving.

Teacher, mentor, researcher

Psychology professor Noni Gaylord-Harden, PhD, is all three—and the recipient of this year’s Ignatius Loyola Award.

Loyola from above

See the University in a new light, thanks to these beautiful pictures taken from on high—and in some cases, from inside a helicopter.

Loyola hosts tribute to Scalia

The School of Law and others—including U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—honored the late Justice Antonin Scalia with a tribute on September 11.

Loyola furthering its role in the community

More than 300 university professionals, city managers, and mayors came to Chicago to share insights and ways to improve campus-community relations.