Loyola has implemented a new shuttle tracking system that’ll allow students to see the location and estimated arrival times of intercampus shuttles and receive real-time travel alerts on their laptops and mobile devices.


Loyola plans to erect a new lab for science students on North Broadway Street. It will be between Bar 63 and the Life Storage Building. It will cost around $4.7 million.


Big Brothers, Big Sisters has seen a shortage of male volunteers to act as mentors to young boys. This has caused many to be put on a waiting list until a mentor can be found.


Nine separate incidents of sexual assaults have been reported in the Lincoln Park and Rogers Park areas. The offender is believed to be the same person in all cases. These incidents are similar to others that happened last year around the same time. The offender is reported to have ridden past women on a silver BMX/mountain bicycle and touched them inappropriately, and is described as a male ages 25-40 years old. Any one with information is urged to contact authorities at (312) 744-8200


Loyola’s biggest first-year class yet — nearly 2,700 students — led to concerns before the start of the semester that there would be insufficient student housing. Now, some students are unhappy with their on-campus living situations.