News

Loyola’s student government is looking into making campus smoke-free. It’s just a question of how and when. The proposal for a smoke-free campus first appeared as a referendum on the ballot during the March 2016 …

News

Results are in for the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) 2016 Spring elections: junior Mariana Chavez and sophomore Adam Roberts have been elected as president and vice president for the 2016-17 school year. The …

Campus

Loyola University Chicago plans to increase undergraduate tuition by 4 percent next academic year, meaning current freshman, sophomore and junior students will owe the university between $1,492 and $1,565 more in 2016-2017. This increase applies …

Breaking

The Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) passed a resolution Feb. 2 to submit recommendations to the University Senate about how to revise the Demonstration and Fixed Exhibit Policy. The legislation passed with a vote …

Campus

Loyola’s University Senate hosted an open forum to debate changes to the university’s student demonstration policy on Jan. 22. The forum, only the second in University Senate history, was the result of concerns that the current policy …

Campus

Four Loyola students, including the now-former student body president, currently face disciplinary action for the demonstration on worker rights held last November. The demonstration, which took place on Damen’s North Lawn, was registered and approved …

Campus

Loyola released a new demonstration policy this year following the feedback and criticism the administration received after the change in last semester’s policy. Despite the changes, some students and faculty still fear the policy will …

Opinion

Fellow Ramblers, To those of you who are taking your first steps on campus – congratulations! You are now a part of our community and I want to extend the warmest of welcomes to you. …