Home Tags Loyola University Chicago

Tag: Loyola University Chicago

By Genevieve Buthod/Loyola School of Communication Chandler West arrived at Loyola as a biology major. He soon fell in love with photography while working at the Phoenix student newspaper. He switched majors to journalism and photography and graduated in 2012. Today, West...
By Wes Kinard, Loyola Senior Sister Jean Delores Schmidt, 101 years young, comes from the balmy bay of San Francisco, California. Her impeccable spirit has transcended from coast to coast, leaving waves of charity and a warm smile that brightens...
The Zoom meeting filled in with students one by one. Most cameras were on, but people stayed muted as they waited for Patrick Rocks, director of Loyola’s Band of Wolves Pep Band, to join the call. When he'd scheduled...
By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Loyola University Chicago and ComEd were working Tuesday morning to restore power following a massive power outage at the school's Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park. Loyola said the outage was caused by a transformer problem that...
By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Loyola University Chicago is going to spend the summer searching for the rare Rusty Patched Bumble Bee at its Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC) in suburban Woodstock. With the recent sighting of the endangered Rusty Patched Bumble...
By Lucas Naber Loyola’s spectacular run in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament may have dropped from the headlines, but the effects of their success will likely be felt at the school for some time. The most obvious change is the new...
By Ellen Svehla The entire nation was shocked when Loyola University Chicago's basketball team  made it to the Final Four. Although the Ramblers lost to the University of Michigan on March 31, the university itself scored a big win. There's been a...
By RogersEdge Reporter Staff A small coalition of non-tenure-track faculty voted to ratify a new three-year union contract with Loyola University Chicago, it was announced Friday. Loyola announced that non-tenure-track faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences and English Language...
Loyola coach Porter Moser was awarded a five-year contract extension Wednesday, weeks after guiding the Ramblers to a historic Final Four appearance in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Terms of the contract were not disclosed by Loyola University Chicago, but...
The Robert R. McCormick Foundation has given a $1.5 million grant to Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago to support student diversity and success. Arrupe College is a two-year college that continues the Jesuit tradition of offering a rigorous liberal arts...

Recent

Loyola’s Next Generation of Business Leaders: An Interview with Inigo Communications Agency 

By: Donna Kang (Loyola Junior) Internships are a gateway to getting a job, but internships aren’t easy to obtain without prior work experience. While classes...

Balancing Fame and Going to School: An Interview with a Tik Tok Star

By: Priya Patel, Loyola Senior Hours and hours of screen time is spent by millions of users swiping and liking these 15-second videos. Now imagine...

Rebuilding Loyola Culture: Creating Community after COVID-19

Jake Schell (Loyola Senior) Fully vaccinated and largely in-person, the Loyola campus appears to be coming back to life. But for the president of Tau...

Leading the Jewish Community at a Catholic University

By: Diana Vargas (Loyola Junior) Diversity is a word taken for granted these days.  Having the chance to interact with people from different cultural backgrounds in...

Senn High School Students Reflect on Reopening

By: RogersEdge Reporter Staff Senn High School is presently in week six of the school year, allowing the students time to reflect on their joys,...