The incident happened sometime between Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, according to the Campus Safety police logs, but was recorded by Campus Safety Nov. 8.
Loyola expects to complete its Climate Action Plan by the 2025 deadline, but not all the proposed processes of reaching the goal may find fruition. The 2025 Climate Action Plan would cut the university’s total …
Loyola’s Title IX office, received 213 reports of gender-based misconduct in the 2016-17 academic year. The previous year, there were 102 reports in the 2015-16 academic year. This dramatic increase has led to some criticism of the Title IX.
John P. Pelissero will step down from his role as provost and chief academic officer next year and take a leave of absence starting Jan. 1. Margaret Faut Callahan will be the interim provost and chief academic officer starting Jan. 1 and will serve until a new provost is named.
Three publishing companies — Pearson Education, McGraw-Hill Education and Cengage Learning — sued Follett in June, according to EdSurge, an online source that provides news and research about learning technology. The companies accused Follett of buying illegally-reproduced materials from various smaller distribution companies, a practice which would keep the original publishers from receiving the money they should be owed.
Students and Faculty weigh in on the university’s investigation process for sexual misconduct.
Loyola senior Dylan Balogh, who grew up in Chicago’s northwest suburbs and transferred to the university last year in pursuit of a degree in marketing, died Oct. 28.
In honor of Veterans Day Nov. 11, The PHOENIX spoke with several veterans and Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets at Loyola and found that their military identities influence their everyday student life.