Breaking

With unemployment numbers continuing to rise, job prospects for the class of 2016 may seem daunting. Unemployment rates in Chicago increased from 6.9 percent last year to 7.2 percent in 2016, according to data from …

Campus

By Claire Chickey // cchickey@luc.edu What has Chicagoans saying, “Rats!” this year? Well, a lot of rats. During the first two months of 2016, more than 4,000 people filed rat complaints with the city, according to …

Campus

Loyola student Max Jabaay had just finished a long shift at MacNeal Hospital and was on his way home with his mom. He looked out the car window and noticed a man wearing blue paper …

Breaking

This year’s climate change conference, hosted by Loyola’s Institute for Environmental Sustainability (IES), is said to be promising. Global Climate Change: Challenges and Economic Solutions is this year’s theme. The conference will have a new …

Opinion

BY DOMINICK HALL AND RYAN SORRELL The frigid cold pierced the skin of senior Loyola student Phillip Spencer as he hurried home from the Damen Food Court around 10 p.m. one Friday night in April …

Campus

Written by William Tolan While most students enjoyed a break from the rigors of academia during the summer months, Loyola’s campus stayed booked with revitalization and construction projects. Several initiatives took place around the Lake …

News

Written by William Tolan Rumors about the combination began in 1979, when it was widely believed that a child known as Little Mikey, whose real name is John Gilchrist, exploded after combining the two. The …

News

Written by William Tolan Chicago’s Zoning Board of Appeals has given Loyola and Atira Hotels the green light to build a Hampton Inn hotel in Rogers Park. The official approval came on March 23, and …