Students

Universities across the country, including Loyola, could soon see changes to the way they handle sexual misconduct allegations, according to a recent report by The New York Times. The proposed rules were obtained by The …

Staff Editorial

Students often hear warnings of the prevalence of sexual assault on college campuses.  About 11 percent of all students — graduate and undergraduate — experience rape or sexual assault through violence, physical force or incapacitation, …

News

Loyola officials believe the increase in stalking is due to students feeling more comfortable reporting incidents. The Clery Act Annual Bulletin lists all crimes and hate offenses, arrests and disciplinary referrals on all of Loyola’s …

Nation & World

After criticizing Obama-era guidelines for how colleges handle sexual assault, President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, rolled back those guidelines and announced temporary rules designed to protect the rights of the accused. What …

News

Loyola’s Title IX Coordinator Thomas Kelly released a gender-based violence climate survey to Loyola students via email April 7 in hopes of evaluating sexual assault on campus. Gender-based violence includes sexual misconduct such as sexual …

News

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is holding colleges and universities to a higher standard by mandating a new response to sexual assault crimes. The Illinois Preventing Sexual Violence in Higher Education Act went into effect …

Campus

Sexual misconduct remains a serious problem at Loyola, with six sexual assaults reported to the school from July through September of this year alone. That’s according to recently released records from the school’s Title IX …