“Seven stops, seven decades”

Dr. David Ansell, one of the MLK Celebration speakers, discusses why and how health care access built <i>The Death Gap</i> in Chicago

What did high schoolers find when they got a hands-on lesson in CSI at Loyola

Seniors from Evanston Township High School (ETHS) recently got a firsthand lesson in how to do just that when they visited Loyola’s Forensic Science undergraduate labs to learn about crime scene investigation (CSI).

Psychologist Elizabeth Wakefield, PhD, explains how movement can help children learn new words

Elizabeth Wakefield, Ph.D. from Loyola University said, "What we do with our hands naturally, these tools that we have available can be really powerful tools for learning."

Calling all entrepreneurs! Don't miss the resources at Loyola's virtual startup incubator

All Loyola students, faculty, and staff can now access resources to make their ideas a reality.

A year to remember

2018 did not want for excitement at Loyola—find out what made our top moments of the year

Don't miss it! This December, Arrupe College celebrates Chicago's talent along the Kennedy

The new mural for Arrupe College, which was mounted late November, highlights some of Chicago's iconic spots and educational resources.

Contradictions of Britain’s empire: Learn about Associate Professor Forth’s award-winning book

The Stansky Book Prize of $500 is awarded annually by the North American Conference on British Studies for the best book published anywhere by a North American scholar on any aspect of British studies since 1800.

From bilingual degrees to medical programs, learn how Loyola is bridging language barriers

Loyola University Chicago is working to address those language barriers by training professionals in bilingual services across fields and disciplines.

Meet the alum on a mission to improve the lives of Chicago's students, immigrants, and refugees

MENTEE offers students a chance to develop a personalized work/life plans, job shadowing, and personal workshops on confidence and goal setting.

Three trends in impact investing: Business leaders talk tackling today's issues with capital

Leaders discussed the latest trends in the impact investment field at Investing for Global Impact.

Leadership. Scholarship. Service.

Meet the outstanding students recognized with this year's President's Medallion

The men's basketball team keeps making new history as 2018 Chicagoans of the Year

The 2017–18 Ramblers showed that small (or mid-major, technically) can be mighty.

Social Impact Scholars: Meet the nonprofit leaders wrapping up the first 10-week program

The first cohort began on September 10 with five extraordinary social impact leaders who were selected from a large pool of talented applicants.

Quinlan alumni and faculty are coming together to talk big ideas and big insights

Join us for the launch of Q Talks: Live!, an interactive event featuring three Quinlan faculty members.

Professor Gorn's new book reexamines Emmett Till and the media's coverage of his death

"Let the people see what they did to my boy." Those were the words spoken by Emmett Till's mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, after viewing the brutalized body of her son.

A faith that does justice

For almost 20 years, Peter Breslin, S.J., has been saying Mass in Lake County Jail—bringing with him a strong message

Business leaders give Quinlan students some advice on building a career with social impact

Students and mentors alike packed into the Schreiber Center’s Board Room on September 24th to hear insights from corporate social impact leader Nicole Johnson-Scales.

Loyola votes

Gearing up for the midterm elections, Loyola continues its tradition of getting students politically engaged

Hidden danger

It's a common problem in older homes, so why is removing lead paint so difficult in Chicago?