Executive producer and host of MTV’s “Catfish” Nev Schulman spoke on ethics and the dilemmas of dating in today’s digital world at Loyola’s Water Tower Campus Friday, drawing in a full crowd. Nearly 250 guests …
The newly added soda tax has stirred up much controversy. Because of its negative effect on small businesses, many would like to see it repealed.
Multiple shots were fired at a man in a car next to the CTA Red Line tracks near West Albion Avenue and North Lakewood Avenue at 9 p.m. Sept. 4.
Nine separate incidents of sexual assaults have been reported in the Lincoln Park and Rogers Park areas. The offender is believed to be the same person in all cases. These incidents are similar to others that happened last year around the same time. The offender is reported to have ridden past women on a silver BMX/mountain bicycle and touched them inappropriately, and is described as a male ages 25-40 years old. Any one with information is urged to contact authorities at (312) 744-8200
Homeless individuals were living at the Wilson and Lawrence avenue viaducts under Lake Shore Drive in an area known as “Tent City.” For the past two years, their tents were pushed against the wall to allow a passable walkway for pedestrians on the 14-feet-wide sidewalks. An eviction deadline of 7 a.m. on Sept. 18 displaced those who had called the bridges home.
Irma, one of the most powerful hurricanes in recorded history, has affected several members of the Loyola community.
When L.A. Williams originally came to the Windy City more than 30 years ago, he couldn’t have guessed he’d end up with his own barbershop on West Sheridan Road.
Empty retail space beneath the Hampton Inn Chicago North-Loyola Station, located on North Sheridan Road, will soon welcome three new restaurants as construction is set to begin this fall. Loyola’s assistant vice president of Capital …