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 …

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

With Loyola’s men’s basketball team in the Elite Eight for the first time in half a century, Ramblers gear has been flying off the shelves. Loyola’s iconic “Gryffindor” scarves have sold out, and sales at …

Sports

Ahead of the Rambler’s Sweet 16 matchup against the University of Nevada Wolf Pack this evening, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago unveiled a Sister Jean LEGO Minifigure to celebrate Loyola’s March Madness success.

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 …