News

Associate Vice President and Dean of Undergraduate Admission Erin Moriarty has resigned effective May 14, according to Loyola spokesperson Anna Rozenich. Moriarty, who has worked at Loyola for 17 years, was accused of creating a …

News

The nine-month stipends for some doctoral students in Loyola’s Graduate School will get a nearly 56 percent increase, or an extra $10,000, effective next semester, the university announced in an April 23 email. Stipends were previously set at $18,000 with a $500 increase per year — one of the lowest among Chicago area universities.

Opinion

One day in 1963, Loyola sophomore Marie Leaner wanted to learn how to swim, but she ended up starting a protest movement instead.

Opinion

I spent the late afternoon of March 26 at Loyola’s student-led vigil for the eight victims of the Atlanta spa shooting. I did double duty that day — helping cover the event as a reporter, but also as a mourner like the rest of the crowd.

Campus

A student-led vigil took place outside of the Damen Student Center March 26 where about 300 Loyola students took turns paying their respects, leaving notes and flowers and speaking about the victims of the Atlanta …

News

Loyola and the College of Arts and Sciences non-tenure track faculty union — Loyola Faculty Forward — are at the bargaining table this month to negotiate terms for a new contract, with the current one …

Opinion

The idea of “unskilled labor” is an insidious and pervasive one — it’s creeped into our thoughts and infected it without most of us even realizing it. Hiding in the shadows of every jocular remark featuring the word “burger-flipper,” is this idea of unskilled labor.