Social movements

Sandra Kaufmann teaches Loyola dancers to be a voice for change—without saying a word

Get to know Loyola's very own elite Jeopardy! All-Star

The College Championship turned out to be the first of many Jeopardy! appearances for Mueller, and her lifetime earnings of $215,535 put her among the show’s elite winners.

Farm-to-table lifestyle

Where our food comes from has big implications on our environment and community

Loyola researchers pave the way for a simple test to detect the Ebola virus

New research from Loyola University Chicago could lead to a simple filter paper test that changes color if Ebola is present.

IES Abroad launches a fully funded study abroad program for Arrupe College students

IES Abroad, a leading not-for-profit study abroad and internship organization based in Chicago, has announced that it is fully funding the first-ever study abroad program offering at Arrupe College of Loyola University of Chicago.

The defenders

Meet the law students who spent spring break helping immigrants in U.S. detention centers

Recent graduate Gustavo Garcia talks about the marketing class that changed his mind about research

When Gustavo Garcia (BBA ’19) took his first research-based class, his perception of research completed changed.

What to look for in a job? One Niehoff instructor has advice for all nursing graduates

Wallet Hub ranked the best and worst states for nurses to work.

Next chapter in cancer research

Loyola is working to be the first hospital system in the Chicago area to engineer a new kind of living drug

Loyola senior Asya Meadows, one of Arrupe's first students, is graduating this week

The only thing missing was her tassel. Loyola University Chicago senior Asya Meadows (AA ’17) was at the Baumhart bookstore collecting her cap and gown ahead of her graduation from the School of Communication, on May 9.

How did their degrees help them stand out? Four graduates discuss their next big step

Recent college graduates face fierce competition for jobs and positions in graduate and professional schools.

Bosnian refugee and historian Edin Hajdarpasic on white nationalism's deeper roots

How a Serbian war criminal became an icon of white nationalism

Why, at 25 years old, one alumna took her breast cancer diagnosis to social media

A positive diagnosis derailed the plans Anna Wassman (BBA ’18) had for her final semester and career after graduation.

Breaking into the industry

Senior software engineer and sociology alum Chris Lee-Egan on Google-mapping a path to success

See how students and faculty helped Autumn Williams launch her business, Urban Tables

The Business Law Clinic at Loyola University Chicago School of Law helped her manage the legal and logistical challenges.