News

Loyola’s Richard J. Klarchek Information Commons (IC) was renamed to the Loyola Information Commons late this summer when an agreement between Loyola and Klarchek was terminated. The IC is one of Loyola’s most iconic buildings, …

News

Following the passage of legislation by Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) and the Residence Hall Association (RHA), first-year students living on campus could soon have more freedom in choosing who they host as overnight …

Opinion

College fraternities provide outstanding opportunities for students to contribute to philanthropic organizations while expanding their social network and obtaining leadership skills to benefit them for future endeavours. Ivy League schools provide unmatched academic and career …

Campus

Last year, the Student Innovation Fund was created to engage students with Loyola’s strategic plan. Since, about $12,000 was allocated to fund student-led projects including community outreach and wellness.

News

Loyola senior Dylan Balogh, who grew up in Chicago’s northwest suburbs and transferred to the university last year in pursuit of a degree in marketing, died Oct. 28.

Arts & Entertainment

Almost 30 years ago, Kiefer Sutherland looked over Lake Michigan on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus and proclaimed, “Today is a good day to die.” He was filming the 1990 movie “Flatliners.” Now, a sequel of …

Breaking

Loyola has suspended the South Asian Student Alliance (SASA), the largest cultural student organization on campus, for four years for several violations, including alleged fraud.

Community

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 …