Students

Some Loyola students received emails impersonating the retired Dean of Libraries, the Office of the President and the Provost on May 24, according to a notice sent by James Pardonek, Loyola’s information security officer. Some …

Opinion

To the Ramblers: Thank You. Thank you. Thank you for giving Sister Jean some of the happiest days of her life, for unifying the student body and for creating a community based on the spirit …

Opinion

The Ramblers basketball season might be over, but the impact of their incredible performance will linger on at Loyola long after the final buzzer. Loyola’s campus has been an exciting place to be since the …

Staff Editorial

After its miraculous March Madness run to the Final Four, the Loyola men’s basketball team lost to the Michigan Wolverines in a heartbreaking 69-57 defeat March 31. The Ramblers’ stifling defense, unselfish ball movement and …

News

Despite the Loyola men’s basketball team’s loss to University of Michigan in the Final Four March 31, Loyola’s merchandise sales have skyrocketed since it qualified for the Sweet 16. On the  Lake Shore Campus, increased …

Campus

Loyola’s beloved 98-year-old men’s basketball chaplain returned to the men’s game against Missouri State University Feb. 3 for the first time since her accident about three months ago. On Nov. 14, Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt was …

Men's Basketball

After 72 years in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), Wichita State University announced April 7 it will leave the conference for the higher profile American Athletic Conference (AAC) after the AAC board of directors unanimously voted to extend an invitation to the Shockers.

Men's Basketball

Amid reports of Wichita State University planning to leave the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) to join a conference with a bigger national spotlight, Loyola Athletic Director Steve Watson thinks that move will be a mistake for the Shockers and the MVC.