Campus

The late-morning ceremony took place in Dumbach Hall to honor Rev. Henry J. Dumbach, S.J., who established the academy’s building.

News

Cudahy Library has reopened after undergoing a much needed revamp this summer to improve its energy efficiency. The $5 million project replaced the heating and air conditioning system and the elevators, according to Dean of …

Photo Briefs

While some people take advantage of Saturday mornings to sleep in, scores of people headed to Millennium Park as early as 7 a.m. on Sept. 2 for a free summer workout. Summer Workouts, produced by …

News

Chicago responding to the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, organizers estimated close to 1,500 demonstrators gathered downtown to protest white supremacy Sunday. The demonstrators called for solidarity with activists in Berkeley, California and San Francisco, …

Campus

Loyola’s beloved first on-campus therapy dog, Tivo, is retiring after five years of service. The 10-year-old black labrador retriever has served as Loyola’s therapy dog since August 2012, according to the Wellness Center website. He …

Community

The Planned Parenthood near Loyola is expected to relocate in Edgewater after it vacates its current space by the end of the year. Planned Parenthood will move from its current location at 6353 N. Broadway …

Crime

Parents are still reeling after sounds of gunshots interrupted a youth baseball game at Loyola Park June 6, according to the Chicago Police Department (CPD).

Community

With summer approaching, more people will soon flock to area beaches. Loyola Beach on Greenleaf Avenue is popular with Loyola students, and many Northwestern students frequent Clark Street Beach on Sheridan Road in Evanston. But …