News

Loyola proposed in June the construction of a new residence hall on campus which will house sophomore and/or first-year students, according to Loyola administration. As Loyola’s class sizes increase, the university has had trouble housing …

News

Results from recent home water tests in Rogers Park displayed traces of lead, a deadly neurotoxin. The poisonous heavy metal has been found in the tap water of some of the older homes and duplexes …

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Earlier this year in a message to the Loyola community, university president Jo Ann Rooney announced tuition and fee increases for the 2018-19 school year. Who’s impacted? Undergraduate students will see a rise in tuition …

Breaking

In a community-wide message on Jan. 22, Rooney announced a 2.4 percent tuition increase for the 2018-19 academic year. She noted it was the lowest increase in the past few years.

News

Loyola enrolled 356 more first-year students than what the university budgeted for the 2017-18 school year, and Residence Life has brought on a consulting group to map out solutions going forward.

Campus

Loyola’s biggest first-year class yet — nearly 2,700 students — led to concerns before the start of the semester that there would be insufficient student housing. Now, some students are unhappy with their on-campus living situations.

Community

Several dozen Rogers Park and Edgewater residents gathered in a brightly lit middle school cafeteria on a weeknight, many responding to an email blast by 49th Ward Alderman Joe Moore. Some voiced concerns about the changes they said they see in the neighborhood, from rising rents to an increase in luxury apartments.

Campus

Students rarely stay on campus after fulfilling the residency requirement to live in university housing for two years. This year, only 17 percent of juniors and about 8 percent of seniors remain in on-campus housing.