Nation & World

On May 4, the House of Representatives narrowly voted 217-213 to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a bill to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. The …

Community

As rent costs rise, some residents of one of Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods are afraid their community could face the start of gentrification as more middle-class people move in and lower-income people and minorities are …

News

Loyola students marched with demonstrators in Chicago’s March for Science on April 22, one of hundreds of similar rallies held across the country to show support for the scientific community.

Campus

Loyola’s commitment to eliminate its carbon emissions by 2025 is well underway, but there are obstacles that the university has to overcome to fulfill its pledge on time. Loyola releases nearly 80,000 metric tons of …

News

On Saturday mornings, while most of their friends are still asleep, a group of Loyola students travels to Chicago’s South Side. They grab their cups of coffee and pack thick binders before climbing into buses …

Community

Started in February 2010, the Summit of Hope is a series of prison reentry programs across Illinois that provide formerly incarcerated men and women with the support they need to reintegrate into the community and stay out of prison.

Nation & World

President Donald J. Trump’s first proposed budget calls for funding cuts that would affect many low-income students at Loyola. The budget, titled “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again,” promises to reduce …

News

By the time Loyola students Alex Pizzuto and Barbara Skrzypek began researching rotating black holes in the spring of 2015, they had already proven themselves to be remarkable students. Now seniors, they have each been …