Listen, learn, lead: Niehoff’s new dean on the school’s accomplishments and future goals

Lorna Finnegan has spent decades fighting for health equity, as both a nurse practitioner and a nursing scholar.

The craftsman

Alum Philip Dawkins's plays dare audiences “to come and find out that we’re all the same, despite our vast differences”

No. 1: Quinlan's undergraduate business program continues to top rankings in Chicago

Five of Quinlan's undergraduate majors ranked in the top 50 in the nation.

Take a beat to look (way) back at summer on the Lake Shore Campus

Please enjoy this photography series that will take you back to the Loyola of yesterday.

The Center for Science and Math Education receives $1 million grant for its work with CPS

A new partnership will support professional development for more than 600 middle-grades science teachers from more than 300 Chicago Public Schools.

From the White Coat Ceremony to WTC Block Party: See what happened on campus in August

Catch up on all the big and small moments that happened this month.

Full circle

As Arrupe continues to grow, so does its alumni—and their plans

Celebrating Arrupe

For the college’s fifth anniversary, Founders’ Dinner looked back to where it all started

A new start

From Move-In to the first day of classes, there's not a moment to miss during Welcome Week

Hear what one alum has to say about life in between graduations

“I was very invested in becoming a part of the community at Arrupe. It felt like a home away from home.”

Professor Sredl discusses her research on gender in Croatia, India, China, and other emerging markets

Professor Katherine Sredl recently joined an international group of groundbreaking researchers by being published in the Handbook of Research on Gender and Marketing.

In the big leagues

From Quinlan to the White Sox, Caitlin Hanley gives her tips for breaking into the sports world