Loyola’s Campus Safety Department notified the university community of the shooting, warning students to “stay alert” to their surroundings.
Students are back in class after a bomb threat prompted the evacuation of a Jewish day school in Chicago’s North Side Edgewater neighborhood March 7, police said. The Chicago Police Department (CPD) responded Tuesday morning …
Two males approached the student at the intersection of Wabash Avenue and Pearson Street, demanding the student’s belongings and implying they had a weapon, according to Director of Campus Safety and Chief of Police Thomas Murray.
A Loyola student was the survivor of a sexual assault in San Francisco Hall on Nov. 12, marking the second time in less than a month that a student reported being the victim of a sexual assault in an on-campus dorm.
A strong-armed robbery, which is robbery by force or threat but without using a weapon, occurred at WTC Nov. 4 at about 5:45 p.m., according to an email from Joe Bogdalek, deputy chief of Loyola’s Campus Safety.
Continuing the increase in gun violence in the city throughout 2016, Chicago saw its deadliest weekend of the year — 17 fatally shot and 57 wounded from the afternoon of Oct. 28 to the early morning of Oct. 31, according to the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) crime data.
In an email to the Loyola community Tuesday night, Director of Campus Safety and Chief of Police Thomas Murray wrote that the student was out for a jog on the 1100 block of West Albion Avenue at about 4 p.m. when a man approached the student from behind on a bike and “inappropriately touched” the victim.
A female Loyola student who was sexually assaulted at an off-campus apartment by a male Loyola student whom she knew, told The Phoenix she believes Loyola administrators and Campus Safety mishandled her situation.