Award-winning documentary casts new light on the life of Flannery O'Connor

Professor Elizabeth Coffman wins prestigious film honors

Norberto Grzywacz, PhD, named Loyola's new provost and chief academic officer

Loyola's new academic leader brings a deep, multidisciplinary research and teaching portfolio that bridges science and the humanities.

What can an archaeological discovery tell us about past social inequality in Mexico?

Senior Nicholas Puente dug up some interesting historical finds

No magic required

Loyola's quidditch team sprints, tackles, and beats with the best of them. They just don't fly.

A weekend reflection

This year’s recipient of the Martyrs Award brings the Spiritual Exercises to those most in need

Financial Times recognizes Quinlan for leadership in sustainability, ethics, and social purpose

For its Special Report on Responsible Business Education, the Times identified four activities with social impact — faculty research, teaching, student projects, and business school operations.

The President’s Medallion

Meet the outstanding students recognized for their commitment to leadership, scholarship, and service

Before October's Tip-Off Luncheon, look back to 2019's post-season and ahead to what's next

Join the Loyola men's and women's basketball teams at the annual Loyola Basketball Tip-Off Luncheon on Wednesday, October 30.

Five takeaways from Freeman Hrabowski's lecture on the future of higher education

Using statistics along with stories, Hrabowski’s October 4 lecture kicked off Loyola's 2025 strategic planning with a look at the future of higher education in America.

Faculty and staff take inspiration from Homeboy Industries for a new community effort

In August 2019, McCarthy and Luke led a group of 10 people from the Loyola and Maywood communities to Los Angeles to answer that question at the Global Homeboy Network training at Homeboy Industries.

Next Generation MBA: Quinlan announces a new, one-of-a-kind graduate program

The Quinlan School of Business has radically redesigned its MBA program to meet the needs of employers and students, and will launch the Next Generation MBA in fall 2020.

Nancy Tuchman and Michael Schuck on hearing from Greta Thunberg and Standing Rock youth

On October 6, Thunberg and Iron Eyes spoke to an audience of supporters that included IES Dean Nancy Tuchman and IES Professor Michael Schuck at Iron Eyes’s high school in South Dakota.

Following his passing, learn more about the life and work of Rev. Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J.

Our community mourns the death of an influential scholar of business ethics.

A mindful approach

Dianna Stencel of Loyola’s Wellness Center on how to practice the stress-reducing technique

Her next step

After Jessica Pedroza hung up her pointe shoes, Quinlan helped her find a way back to her roots