Community

Representatives from The Sierra Club, Natural Resources Defense Council and the Illinois Solar Energy Association gathered to discuss ways to reduce energy consumption at the 49th Ward’s sixth climate change conference on Aug. 25 at Loyola Park.

Campus

The class of 2020 was Loyola’s largest incoming class on record with more than 2,600 full-time students. Now, students will see an even larger class size for the class of 2021, and a class that …

News

A Chicago neighborhood is offering its residents a sign of solidarity in response to feeling a community divide from President Donald J. Trump’s time in office thus far. The Rogers Park area Alderman office is …

News

The Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) of Loyola Chicago has shut down an on-campus student volunteer group because it says coordinators allegedly failed to provide the proper paperwork required to transport Chicago Public School …

News

After a semester that saw 76 reported cases of gender-based violence — which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking — nearly 50 students and faculty attended the semesterly “Let’s Talk …

Community

The City of Chicago gave residents a new answer to the “paper or plastic?” question. On Feb. 1, the plastic and paper bag tax took effect in all wards across the city of Chicago, requiring …

Campus

Loyola is testing new barricading safety technology at its Lake Shore Campus (LSC) in order to better protect students and staff from potential on-campus shootings. Campus Safety Sgt. Tim Cunningham confirmed the university is examining …

Community

For seven years, Chicago landlords have been required to provide recycling bins and materials to their occupants. But with weak enforcement of the law — if any — thousands of residential buildings still did not …