Nation & World

Many of Loyola’s undocumented students are breathing a sigh of relief after the Donald J. Trump administration decided to allow them to remain in the country for the time being, but they are still unsure of their long-term future.

Nation & World

On May 4, the House of Representatives narrowly voted 217-213 to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a bill to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. The …

News

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. …

News

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.

Campus

President Donald J. Trump signed a bill April 3 that repealed online privacy rules set by the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) laws. The FCC rules were adopted last October and would have been enacted this …

Campus

Two Syrian authors who left their home country to live in the United States made an April 9 appearance at Loyola to speak about their writings and experiences with the Syrian Civil Conflict.

Campus

Following a recent change to the nation’s visa program, Loyola may have trouble hiring faculty and staff from outside the United States.

News

Loyola alum Tim Kasckow spends his days preparing lesson plans and teaching in Lanzhou, a city in China’s northwest province Gansu. There, he teaches the English language at a college level to both undergraduate and …