Campus

  Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) is a hub of life for both students and wildlife, particularly birds. But several buildings on campus are prone to bird collisions, meaning many birds are either killed or …

Men's Basketball

Some college locker rooms — such as the Notre Dame football team’s iconic space — carry a certain mystique, serving as a place of legends and traditions. As Loyola builds new traditions for its men’s …

Closer Look

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, BVM, said eating well, sleeping well and praying well have helped her lead a long life — but it’s almost like it’s in her blood. “My dad’s family … they all lived …

Closer Look

Behind uninviting blacked out windows and a barred entrance, once upon a time, existed a tiny bar in Rogers Park which fostered relationships and memories to last a lifetime. Charmers used to sit at 1502 …

Men's Basketball

People know Lucas Williamson, Loyola men’s basketball player. His performance on college basketball’s biggest stage gave him a platform; he’s using it to make a difference with his voice.  The Final Four run lit a …

Closer Look

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 …

Closer Look

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.

Closer Look

Colossus is over. Loyola’s annual two-night show, which often featured a musician one night and a comedian the other, won’t continue.