Nearly 400 high school students from 13 countries gathered inside of Loyola’s Galvin Auditorium, cheering loudly as music blared — an atmosphere more akin to a pep rally than a service project.


A 25-year-old woman died after being pulled from Lake Michigan near Loyola Beach late June 10. Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers pulled the woman’s body from the water in the 1200 block of Touhy Avenue …


Chicago gun violence took the lives of five people and wounded 44 others this Memorial Day weekend, with nearly half of the violence occurring on Monday May 29 alone, according to the Chicago Police Department (CPD). Most of the shooting occurred on the city’s South and West sides, and claimed the lives of two minors: a 17-year-old and 15-year-old.


With summer approaching, more people will soon flock to area beaches. Loyola Beach on Greenleaf Avenue is popular with Loyola students, and many Northwestern students frequent Clark Street Beach on Sheridan Road in Evanston. But …


Trump’s First Months April 29 marked the 100th day of President Donald J. Trump’s term. He has issued 34 executive orders, confirmed one Supreme Court justice and sparked thousands of worldwide protests by everyday citizens. …


As the semester closes, students are looking toward next year’s plans — including how they’ll pay for tuition. But the Illinois budget impasse is leaving the fate of Monetary Award Program (MAP) grants, an important part of student financial aid, uncertain yet again.


Loyola students marched with demonstrators in Chicago’s March for Science on April 22, one of hundreds of similar rallies held across the country to show support for the scientific community.