Loyola accepts GiveThem20 Challenge

Watch Loyola’s Interim President John P. Pelissero, PhD, and other Ramblers complete the ##GiveThem20 Challenge to salute our veterans.

Careers in Science Week

Take part in resume workshops, networking events, and more at Loyola’s Careers in Science Week—designed to help science majors find internships and jobs.

Register now for supply chain summit

Quinlan is hosting the 4th Annual Chicago Supply Chain and Sustainability Summit on October 20. The event features industry-leading speakers and the opportunity to network with supply chain management experts and peers.

From inmate to court clerk

School of Law graduate Jarrett Adams (left) was wrongfully convicted as a teen—now he’s working to help others in similar situations.

Father Garanzini to discuss encyclical

Loyola Chancellor Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., and a panel of experts will discuss the Pope’s recent encyclical on the environment on Tuesday, October 13.

Social justice in action

Want to volunteer to help others but don’t know where to start? Try these five programs.

Get ready for basketball season

Celebrate the beginning of Loyola’s basketball season at Rambler Madness on October 16 and at the annual Tip-Off Luncheon on October 21.

Exhibit shines light on child exploitation

The Center for the Human Rights of Children is hosting a photography exhibit, “Child Soldiers: Forced to Be Cruel,” which features images of armed children from around the globe. The center hopes the exhibit will spark a larger conversation about the ways children are used and exploited—both abroad and at home.

Inside the Loyola Farmers Market

Watch this video to learn more about the Loyola Farmers Market and how the weekly event takes sustainability to heart.

Researcher, teacher, mentor

Biology professor F. Bryan Pickett is all three—and he’s also the recipient of this year’s Ignatius Loyola Award.

Loyola hosting AMS fall conference

The AMS is holding its fall sectional conference on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus this weekend. There will be hundreds of talks on a wide variety of mathematical topics and fields.

Meet the Faculty Member of the Year

Linda Janusek, a professor at the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, was named the 2015 Faculty Member of the Year during the September 21 Faculty Convocation.

A day of celebration for Quinlan

Tuesday, September 15, was a full day of celebration at the Schreiber Center, the innovative and sustainable new home of the Quinlan School of Business. Three major events plus an advertising blitz marked the official opening of the new building.

Sustainability efforts featured on FOX-32 segment

Loyola’s nationally ranked sustainability efforts are featured in this FOX-32 segment about Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment.

Pope Francis visits the United States

For the next few days, all eyes will be on Pope Francis—the first Jesuit Pope—as he comes to the United States to spread his message of mercy.

Loyola hosting three Pope watch parties

Come see the Pope’s historical address to the US Congress on September 24 at one of three watch parties taking place on Loyola’s Chicagoland campuses.

Phoenix takes top honors—again

For the second time in six years, the Society of Professional Journalists has named the Phoenix the best non-daily student newspaper in the country. “To me it’s kind of like winning a national championship,” said Don Heider, dean of the School of Communication.

Loyola breaks into the Top 100 list

Loyola University Chicago is No. 99 on the latest U.S. News & World Report college rankings—the first time ever that the University has cracked the Top 100 list. With 1,376 schools included in the latest rankings, the new list puts Loyola in elite company.

Come see WGN Radio at the Schreiber Center

Loyola students, faculty, and staff are invited Tuesday to watch WGN Radio broadcast live from the main lobby of the new Schreiber Center, 16 E. Pearson St.

Performance shines light on immigration

On Friday, September 18, Loyola will present “My Dream Act: An Immigration History,” a collection of monologues about one woman’s life as an undocumented American.