Human Trafficking Awareness Week Kicks Off at Loyola

Free the Slaves Loyola kicked off its annual week of Human Trafficking Awareness with an informational event in the Damen Den on Feb. 13. Human trafficking is a common crime, affecting millions of people worldwide …

Loyola Hosts Immigration Rights Workshop

Loyola University Chicago held an immigrant rights workshop Feb. 1 in the midst of the national debate over immigration policy addressed in President Donald J. Trump’s recent executive orders. The workshop comes after Trump’s contentious …

Arcade Building Sold, Business Owners Forced Out

The Woodruff Arcade Building, adjacent to Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus and home to several businesses, has a new owner and new plans for the future. But the transfer of ownership has left some tenants confused …

New Recycling Fines Could Benefit Loyola Students

For seven years, Chicago landlords have been required to provide recycling bins and materials to their occupants. But with weak enforcement of the law — if any — thousands of residential buildings still did not …