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 …

Nation & World

Thousands of protesters gathered in Grant Park for the second time in five days to show their support for Palestine and denounce recent Israeli violence against the Palestinian people. Demonstrators gathered in Grant Park and …

Nation & World

Thousands of demonstrators marched just over a mile May 12 to denounce the Israeli government’s recent violence against the Palestinian people. The protest began in Grant Park, where organizers rallied supporters, before the group made …

News

As freezing temperatures and snow swept across the nation the past several weeks, Loyola first-year Sophia Tran watched from Chicago as her home state of Texas suffered a record-breaking winter storm. The extreme weather left …

News

Loyola’s overall ranking on U.S News and World Report’s “Best Colleges” list dropped from 104th last year to 112th this year however retained high rankings in categories like service-learning. U.S. News and World Report ranks …

News

Paulina Aragon had only recently moved to the Bay Area of California. Her sister, a sophomore, had moved out to Chicago and she just started taking classes online. But just as things were becoming routine, …

Coronavirus

The Trump administration abruptly rescinded a policy that would have barred international students from studying in the United States if their classes were entirely online — a policy that alarmed some members of the Loyola …

Coronavirus

Officials announced 250 new cases of COVID-19 — the disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus — and four additional deaths March 24, bringing Illinois’ total to 1,535 active cases and 16 deaths.  The new …