Campus

Loyola kicked off its annual Waste Week on Feb. 20 with Food Waste Frenzy, hosted by a partnership of groups — the Growers’ Guild, Student Environmental Alliance and the Food Recovery Network Loyola. Waste Week …

Campus

Free the Slaves Loyola kicked off its annual week of Human Trafficking Awareness with an informational event in the Damen Den on Feb. 13. Human trafficking is a common crime, affecting millions of people worldwide …

Campus

Loyola will offer its first course in Cuba since 2004 this summer in Havana, called “Cuba Today: Politics and Society.”

Community

Visitors to Loyola will no longer have to travel far from the university to find a place to stay. One year after construction began, Rogers Park’s six-story Hampton Inn opened its doors on Oct. 17.

Chicago

A temporary budget passed by Gov. Rauner in June reimbursed Loyola for covering the cost of MAP grants for the 2015-2016 school year, The Phoenix previously reported. But it’s still unclear how the MAP grants for the 2016-2017 school year will be funded, because the state of Illinois has yet to pass a budget.

Campus

Whether it’s a burnt-out light bulb, a faulty sink or a flooded bathroom, maintenance problems are inevitable for students living on campus. If you do run into a maintenance problem, all maintenance requests go through Loyola’s Facilities Department using the The Maintenance Authority (TMA) system.

Community

Rogers Park is a neighborhood known for its diverse selection of cultural food, but an expansion of franchise restaurants in recent years might be changing that. Blaze Pizza and Taco Bell are the two of …