Lessons in justice

Seungho Moon, EdD, an assistant professor in the School of Education, helps promote social justice and equity through curriculum studies.

The art of healing

Alumna Emily Obringer (MD '11) has taken a hands-on approach to improving community health in Maywood.

Bioethics Bowl team wins national title

Loyola’s Bioethics Bowl team secured the University's second national win in the past three years at the National Bioethics Bowl competition in April.

A new day, a new president

How did Loyola greet Jo Ann Rooney, its first lay leader? With open arms—and plenty of smiles.

Words of wisdom

Watch highlights from this year’s Commencement speeches—plus hear Sister Jean’s special message to all Ramblers.

Jo Ann Rooney named new Loyola president

Lifelong educator and accomplished leader is first lay president in University’s 146-year history.

Jesuit. Social worker. Loyolan at heart.

Meet Class of 2016 graduate Marcos Gonzales, S.J., and see how he’s already setting the world on fire.

From teacher to attorney

Mike Montgomery, a graduating School of Law student, talks about how scholarships enabled his passion for community service.

Congratulations to the Class of 2016

Hats off to this year’s graduates—plus everything you need to know about upcoming ceremonies.

See how a Loyola degree helped them succeed

Meet six members of Loyola’s Class of 2016—and see where they are headed with their new degrees.

Father Garanzini receives Holstein Award

The Ignatian Solidarity Network honored Loyola Chancellor Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., with the Robert M. Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award on April 27.

Five Loyolans win Fulbright, NSF awards

Five students and alumni of Loyola University Chicago recently received major awards to support their studies and research.

Loyola kicks off health disparities initiatives

The first-ever Health-EQ Conference launched a discussion to set the priorities for health disparities initiatives at Loyola.

Signature Series event focuses on economy, environment

Nearly 120 guests came to Quinlan’s April 21 Signature Series event to hear French economist Gaël Giraud, S.J., and others explore the intersection of business and social justice.

Her long journey to graduation

Paralyzed in a car accident as a teen, Amanda Quisenberry will receive her bachelor’s degree from Loyola this month at age 35.

Sister Jean, three others to receive honorary degrees

Sister Jean, a fixture on the Loyola campus for decades, is one of four people who will receive an honorary degree from the University this year.

Quinlan rises in Bloomberg rankings

Quinlan’s undergraduate business programs jumped 54 spots to No. 63 in Bloomberg’s “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” rankings.

See photos from the Weekend of Excellence

Scroll through more than 200 pictures from the 2016 Weekend of Excellence.

Loyola opens mental health clinic

The new Loyola Community and Family Services clinic will provide low-cost behavioral and mental health services to Rogers Park and Edgewater residents.

Gained in translation

Take a tour of Loyola’s new Center for Translational Research and Education—and see how it’s changing health care.