Campus

As she took the microphone at her 100th birthday celebration Wednesday afternoon, Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, BVM said it “looks like classes started” because of how many people were in the audience. Students, parents and administrators …

Men's Basketball

When Porter Moser was hired as Loyola men’s basketball coach in 2011, he immediately forged a bond with team chaplain Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, BVM. The two have become close friends — so close that she …

Closer Look

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, BVM, said eating well, sleeping well and praying well have helped her lead a long life — but it’s almost like it’s in her blood. “My dad’s family … they all lived …

News

Loyola’s beloved basketball chaplain Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 99, added yet another award to her collection last week — the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame award. Inductees to the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame are selected …

News

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt took home Loyola’s highest honor, the Sword of Loyola, at the Founders’ Dinner Sept. 12. The Sword of Loyola is awarded to individuals who hold the spiritual qualities of St. Ignatius, according …

News

Sr. Ann Ida Gannon, former professor, president of Mundelein College and namesake of Loyola’s Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, passed away June 3 at the age of 103. Mundelein College was a Catholic, liberal …

Men's Basketball

Loyola’s March Madness run brought the school publicity with a value of more than $300 million.

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 …