News

Elizabeth Kryvokulsky gathered around the TV with her family in shock as they watched the news of Russia beginning to invade Ukraine.  “There was a lot of commotion and it was very overwhelming because you …

News

Members of Chicago’s Ukrainian community and other demonstrators marched downtown to protest Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. The protestors condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions and called upon the United States and North Atlantic Treaty …

News

Thousands joined a YouTube live stream where students around the world virtually addressed global issues with Pope Francis Feb. 24. The pope answered student questions and concerns about different problems affecting the world with a …

News

In a virtual event hosted by Loyola, Pope Francis will join university students from across the western hemisphere in a dialogue Feb. 24. During the Zoom event, one to two Loyola students will have the …

Campus

A group of nearly 50 Loyola students led by the Loyola chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) gathered outside of Damen Student Center (6511 N. Sheridan Rd.) to protest a Loyola-Israel Student Alliance …

News

After three semesters of cancelled abroad programs and limited options for the fall, the spring 2022 abroad experience will be almost back to normal.  Director of Loyola’s Study Abroad Programs Dr. Brian Johnson said he …

Nation & World

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released a climate report that’s taken the headlines by storm. The report states climate change is happening at a more rapid pace than previous models had …

Nation & World

Following months of protests that brought thousands of demonstrators to the streets of Chicago in support of Palestine, the U.S. Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) rekindled their fight with a week of action July 5-9, this …