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Loyola alumnus John G. Schreiber and his wife Kathy made the donation to Arrupe to provide scholarships for students who attend the college’s two-year associate’s degree program, and those who graduate from the college and go on to attend Loyola.


First started in 2011 by a group of students at Loyola’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES), around 15 students work at Loyola’s urban agriculture program each year. They learn to plant, grow and harvest themselves at several small gardens across campus: a greenhouse lab in the IES building known by students for its large aquaponics system, two rooftop gardens atop the Quinlan Life Sciences and IES buildings and one large ground-level farm on North Winthrop Avenue.


Nearly 400 activists gathered outside Trump Tower Aug. 15 to protest President Donald Trump’s responses to recent violence in Charlottesville, Va.


Nearly 400 high school students from 13 countries gathered inside of Loyola’s Galvin Auditorium, cheering loudly as music blared — an atmosphere more akin to a pep rally than a service project.


After the longest state budget crisis in modern history, Illinois lawmakers voted on July 6 to overturn Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of a spending plan that included a major tax increase. Illinois finally has a …

Nation & World

Many of Loyola’s undocumented students are breathing a sigh of relief after the Donald J. Trump administration decided to allow them to remain in the country for the time being, but they are still unsure of their long-term future.


The fake emails, known as “phishing” scams, are designed to resemble official Loyola University messages and try to trick victims into entering usernames and passwords into a fake website.