The first week in review ... in pictures

We sent our photographers across campus during the first week of the fall semester to document life at Loyola.

Coworking in the community

Armed with a Quinlan MBA and inspired by the productivity, creativity, and community that coworking spaces offered, Nicole Vasquez opened her own coworking space in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood.

Nursing students reflect on Lourdes trip

Every year nursing students from Loyola travel to Lourdes, France, as part of a service immersion trip and to focus on spiritual care.

Putting the Pope’s encyclical into action

Join the Loyola community September 9 for a day-long series of events responding to, reflecting upon, and enacting the Pope’s recent environmental encyclical.

Introducing the new Schreiber Center

Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business has a new home, the John and Kathy Schreiber Center, in the heart of the Gold Coast.

Meet the latest Loyolans

See pictures from the New Student Convocation—plus, check out Welcome Week activities as school officially starts.

Sister Jean turns 96

Watch Loyola’s Sister Jean, who turned 96 on August 21, talk about her time at the University. “If I can bring joy, happiness, or a smile (to others), that's fine with me,” she says.

Welcome Week is here

Classes start Monday—and we've got nine days full of activities to help you kick off the new school year.

Welcome Week is here

Classes start Monday—and we've got 10 days full of activities to help you kick off the new school year.

Move-In Day 2016

Volunteers and resident assistants do the heavy lifting as first-year students move into their residence halls on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus.

Move-In Day 2015, in pictures

Scroll through our photo gallery of student volunteers helping their fellow Ramblers move in to the residence halls at Loyola.

Welcome Week is around the corner

Classes start Monday—and we’ve got 10 days full of activities to help you kick off the new school year.

Live stream: Focus on Teaching and Learning

Live stream: Focus on Teaching and Learning

Program lets teens experience college

Dozens of local high schoolers who are in the state’s foster care system took part in Loyola’s new STAR program this summer to get a taste of college life.

Grad student hits rails to inspire others

This summer, Loyola graduate student Pichleap Sok took a low-tech approach to get young women interested in high-tech careers: She traveled across the United States on a train.

Arrupe students hit ground running

More than 150 incoming students attended Arrupe College’s first Summer Enrichment Program, spending time at Loyola’s retreat facility and at the University’s downtown campus.

Taking on invasive species

Assistant professor Reuben Keller, PhD, is an expert on invasive species, and he’s taking a new approach to try to solve an age-old problem. “You’ve got to go beyond ecology,” Keller says. “I learned that pretty quickly.”

An evening at Cuneo

Please join us in the picturesque surroundings of Loyola’s Cuneo Mansion and Gardens for an evening networking reception.

Rambler reflections

See what these incoming students have to say about their Orientation experience—plus, tour leaders weigh in on their favorite part of welcoming new Ramblers to campus.

IES featured on innovation website

Loyola has been on an eco-innovation blitz for the past several years, growing a sustainability program and presence on campus that is hard to miss.