As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic — which now has nearly 7,000 confirmed cases in Illinois as of publication — almost everyone is facing some kind of hardship. Artists, in particular, have been hit …

Sports

As the COVID-19 pandemic started affecting the sports world, Loyola Athletics Director Steve Watson said he knew he’d need to take action sooner rather than later. “We’ve been saying for the last few days we’re …

Uncategorized

In the university’s latest response to the coronavirus outbreak, Loyola students will have until March 30 instead of March 23 to withdraw from a class with a “W” on their transcript, according to an email …

Arch Madness

The Missouri Valley Conference tournament’s nickname Arch Madness has never been more true to its name than this year. No. 1-seeded University of Northern Iowa was upset by No. 8-seeded Drake University 77-56 March 6. …

Track & Field

More than 700 men and women are set to run for the red, white and blue at the 2020 United States Olympic Marathon Trials Feb. 29 — and three runners have connections to Loyola’s maroon …

Film & TV

Rogers Park’s own New 400 Theatres is having a customer appreciation day to thank their patrons. The New 400 is currently screening major box office movies but the new drama film “Queen and Slim” is …

Women's Basketball

The Loyola women’s basketball team improved to 7-0 after defeating Dartmouth University 61-40 at Gentile Arena Wednesday night. The victory extends the Ramblers’ best start in program history, breaking the previous 5-0 record set 40 …

Opinion

It’s hard not to notice Loyola’s environmental sustainability projects around campus. From recycle bins at the Water Tower Campus to the Institute of Environmental Sustainability at Lake Shore Campus, Loyola wants to show people it …