Loyola University Chicago announces its new Summer on the Plaza programming at the Loyola Plaza, located outside the CTA Loyola ‘L’ stop. Running June through October, the programming will include the Loyola Farmers Market, local musical acts, ice cream socials, performance groups, group exercise, and a variety of programs for children and families.
Warmer temperatures and melting snow reveal a rather unclean and unsanitary mess on Lake Shore Campus grounds.
Calling all gardeners, painters, and environmentally-conscious residents of Edgewater and Rogers Park! It’s that time of year again to green and beautify our two communities in celebration of Earth Day.
Students will join with community members to take part in larger conversations regarding green policies on a state and national level.
More than 100 residents and students suggested site options during Divvy’s outreach, and 17 different stations were suggested. Divvy tallied most suggestions to CTA stations near campus, including the Loyola and Granville CTA Red Line stations. Chicagoans can now tell Divvy where they want to see new stations by suggesting sites on Divvy's website.
Construction crews are continuing progress on Newcastle and School of Business construction sites through Spring 2014.
This small sign has helped to alleviate congestion caused by standing vehicles who obstruct the parkway.
As Sheridan Road work comes to a close this October/early-November, Loyola University Chicago will move forward with the permanent closure of 6300 Kenmore Avenue.
In September of 2013, Emmy Award winning Loyola University Professor, Liz Coffman, undertook an inspired project with her graduate Digital Media and Storytelling class in our School of Communication.