Loyola hosts the AJCU's first conference for disability support administrators

On October 2-4, Loyola University Chicago hosted an inaugural gathering.

Finding hope in art

Artist Tonika Johnson discusses her LUMA exhibit, her family's connection with Loyola, and Chicago's future

Calling all Ramblers: Join the Loyola team to make a sustainable impact this October

EcoChallenge.org is powered by Northwest Earth Institute, a sustainability organization.

Digging up history

Why are students like Bridget Matthews sifting through the past at Loyola's Retreat and Ecology Campus?

Researchers at the Loyola University Medical Center work to improve the fight against cancer

Deep within the labyrinth of Loyola University Medical Center, scientists are working to improve upon one of the biggest recent breakthroughs in cancer treatment.

JD + MD: Meet the alum taking on health disparities affecting minority patients

Bryant Cameron Webb, MD (JD '12), an assistant professor of medicine and health sciences at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, has wanted to be a doctor since age five.

An enduring legacy

The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership celebrates a milestone year at Loyola

What Alaska taught Rosa Aramburo about the challenges of rural health care

Rosa Aramburo (MD ’18) sat in a medevac plane, soaring over the Alaskan wilderness.

Community service

How local businesses are learning from Quinlan students—and Quinlan students are learning from them

Alumni and clients bring real-world connections to Stacy Neier Beran's marketing class

Beran’s marketing research course integrates clients into the classroom to give students hands-on experience with real-world research challenges and to provide insights to the client organizations.

Loyola University Chicago takes 89th in the country in the new 2019 rankings

U.S. News and World Report releases its 2018 ranking of university and colleges.

September 12: Celebrate Loyola's signature fundraising event for student scholarships

This year, former Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, will join veteran CBS News White House reporter Bill Plante in conversation—before beloved “Sister Jean” Dolores Schmidt, BVM, receives the Spirit of Loyola.

Coach Porter Moser to be inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall Of Fame

Loyola men’s basketball coach is one of 10 honorees in this year’s class

Dr. Jennifer Lim-Dunham discusses a Stritch study on understanding thyroid nodules in children

Guidelines could help clinicians choose between invasive diagnostics and watchful waiting.

Continuing and Professional Studies: One alumna discusses what drew her to Loyola

Vannessa Brown, VP, Business Operations at GForce Staffing Services, is a recent graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

“Put yourself out there”

Three recent alums share their Loyola Experience: from Welcome Week to graduation and every adventure in between From Welcome Week to graduation to what’s next, three recent alums share their Loyola Experience

New to Loyola: Carla Simonini, PhD, on the start of the Italian American studies program

Leading Italian American studies scholar Carla Simonini, PhD, has been named the inaugural Paul and Ann Rubino Professor in Italian American Studies

Creating safer communities: A long career in service continues at Loyola

3L Pete Kalenik is earning a joint degree in law and public policy while balancing a full-time workload as a Chicago police officer and paratrooper in the U.S. Army Reserve.

Why this alum wants legislators to give a nurse a call—before they vote

She recently met an Illinois representative who solely consults physicians with questions about health care legislation.