Fighting obesity: Loyola's Lara Dugas talks research on the Science Vs. podcast

We’ve always been told to get off the couch and stop eating junk food if you want to lose weight – but is the obesity epidemic that simple?

Retiring after 40 years, Elliot Lefkovitz, PhD, leaves behind a legacy of dedication

For Elliot Lefkovitz, PhD, sharing the history of the Holocaust involves not just the Jewish victims and survivors but those who intervened and rescued people.

A look back at 2017

From quiet moments to stadium events, we look back at our favorite images of the past 12 months

Homelessness in Chicago: Since 1996, CURL's projects have helped shine a light

Since launching in 1996 at Loyola, CURL has partnered with community leaders across Chicagoland to research the issues affecting local communities, including inequality, domestic violence, criminal justice, as well as employment.

Healthy aging at home: New research is trying to offer better resources for Edgewater

A new joint study by Loyola faculty and community leaders aims to provide better resources to help aging residents of Edgewater remain in their homes and communities

This one's for the procrastinators: five gift-giving rules for all of your relationships

We’re at the height of gift giving season, and picking out the “right” gift can be easy for some while others find it burdensome.

Our home for the holidays

See the many ways Loyola students are coming together to celebrate

After another win, it’s officially time to get to know this year’s Ramblers

Loyola-Chicago basketball 101: Get to know the Ramblers, the team that upset Florida

Alum Britt Whitfield named one of this year's 40 under 40 by Crain's Chicago Business

It was Game 7 of the 2016 World Series, and Britt Whitfield “felt like everything in my life was riding on a baseball game.”

The Baumhart Center discusses three ways to integrate business and social purpose

Nearly 150 business leaders explored the concept of “social business” at the November Leading Business for Good breakfast hosted by Quinlan’s Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.

What factors into home?

Peter Rosenblatt, director of Urban Studies, is researching the policies behind urban and public housing

65-59: The men's basketball team just upset a top-five team for the first time in 33 years

None of Loyola's current players were alive the last time the Ramblers upset a top-5 team.

Stritch students discuss their lives without legislation like the Dream Act

Arreola is pursuing an M.D. at the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in the Chicago suburb of Maywood.

Just in time for the holidays: four shortcuts for gift giving

Relative prosperity combined with natural generosity motivates us to remember and give to those we value and love this holiday season.

It's not just about a house

During Alternative Break Immersion trips, students are building relationships with a community and each other

Loyola University Chicago to launch the Curt and Linda Rodin Center for Social Justice

Communities in need of critical legal services in such areas as health care, education, and criminal justice will benefit from a new center at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law thanks to the generosity of alumnus Curt Rodin (JD ’75) and his wife, Linda Rodin.

Stritch's Dr. Richard Cooper explains how new blood pressure guidelines can save lives

New Blood Pressure Guidelines a ‘Signal to Take Action’

The Valentine brothers are making their mark on the well as the Bulls

Drew Valentine, 26, joined Denzel, 23, in Chicago when Loyola hired him in June as an assistant coach. Denzel, averaging 10.3 points off the bench in his second season with the Bulls, pops over to Ramblers practices.

A leading social entrepreneur engages business students in a conversation to build change

Students from across the Quinlan School of Business engaged in a lively and interactive dialogue with leading social entrepreneur Mark Hanis as part of a leadership conversation series hosted by the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.

A Voice for the Voiceless

Social justice sits at the heart of alumna Sister Norma S. Pimentel’s life work