It’s often said that Chicago is a tale of two cities – with some neighborhoods ignored, devoid of jobs and businesses, filled with poverty and crime, while other areas reap the benefits of safe streets …
Dorothy Gregory, an 82-year-old woman who’s been Loyola’s neighbor for 50 years, has been a key mediator in the university’s relationship with the community.
Colossus is over. Loyola’s annual two-night show, which often featured a musician one night and a comedian the other, won’t continue.
The free ride share service is used by Loyola students to travel safely from place to place late at night. However, 8-RIDE has been losing some student calls in its system entirely, forcing them to instead walk home or pay for a ride from Uber or Lyft.
A Loyola student was brutally attacked — beaten, knocked to the ground and robbed — late at night while walking home from her friend’s place. While the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and Loyola’s Campus Safety department both responded, students weren’t notified by Campus Safety.
While Loyola added Juuls and other e-cigarettes to its campus smoking policy this fall, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is pursuing a fight to take them out of the hands of minors — and possibly off the market completely.
The majority of people Loyola’s campus cops stopped, questioned and patted down in the last two years were minorities. And, in most cases, the pat downs were done on innocent people.
Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, BVM, men’s basketball chaplain and Loyola icon, turned 99 years old Aug. 21. She blew out 99 candles surrounded by friends, coworkers and adoring fans in the Damen Student Center. Head men’s …