Community

Construction that will completely demolish the Woodruff Arcade Building will begin after December, with a new development called The Arcade replacing it. The new structure will turn into a mixed-use development.

News

A group of Loyola faculty, graduate and undergraduate students held a rally on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) Dec. 4 in protest of the House and Senate tax plan. More than 50 attendees gathered at …

Community

Its facade is plastered with posters of children, and a small interior vestibule is piled high with empty shoes and jackets. At first glance, the center facing the South Asian corridor of Devon Avenue looks …

News

Loyola expects to complete its Climate Action Plan by the 2025 deadline, but not all the proposed processes of reaching the goal may find fruition. The 2025 Climate Action Plan would cut the university’s total …

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The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) works to integrate various Jesuit academic institutions’ values into real-world lobbying and advocacy among the country’s senators.

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Loyola’s graduate student union, which has been demanding higher wages and recognition as a union since February, won’t be negotiated with by the university administration, the group learned Oct. 17. The letter detailing the declination, …

Chicago

Homeless individuals were living at the Wilson and Lawrence avenue viaducts under Lake Shore Drive in an area known as “Tent City.” For the past two years, their tents were pushed against the wall to allow a passable walkway for pedestrians on the 14-feet-wide sidewalks. An eviction deadline of 7 a.m. on Sept. 18 displaced those who had called the bridges home.