Students go extra mile to support instructor

Jennifer Zitzner of the Department of Biology mixed her personal life with her teaching life and was rewarded with a heartwarming surprise from her students.

Language is no barrier

International students at Loyola are volunteering across the city—and improving their English skills in the process.

Arrupe College featured on WGN

Meet some of the students who are thriving at Loyola’s Arrupe College—and see how the school hopes to change higher education.

Student leaders discuss new Magis Scholarship

See how a group of Loyola students came up with the idea to help their undocumented classmates pay for their college education.

The stories behind the souvenirs

We asked eight students to talk about their study abroad mementos and to discuss the deeper meaning behind the items.

Students conduct small business survey

For the second year, the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and Quinlan School of Business partnered to learn more about Chicago’s small businesses.

Students land Federal Reserve internships, major grant

When the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City recently needed help collecting data for economic research, it turned to five undergraduate Quinlan students.

Debunking FAFSA myths

January is the time to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here are five common FAFSA misconceptions to get straight.

Health Justice Project fights for residents’ rights

Led by Loyola law professor Emily Benfer, Health Justice Project attorneys are working to protect public housing residents in Chicago.

Schoendorf named Academic All-American

Eric Schoendorf, a redshirt senior on the Loyola men’s soccer team, was named s a College Scholar All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Swoopes a candidate for Naismith Hall Of Fame

Head women’s basketball coach Sheryl Swoopes has been named on a list of eligible candidates for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Nursing professor receives prestigious research title

Sue Penckofer, PhD, RN, FAAN, recently became the first ever nursing professor to be named a Distinguished University Research Professor.

Winter on campus

We’ve gathered our favorite cold-weather pictures to show how Loyola truly shines in the season of snow.

2015: The year in photos

We took thousands of pictures in 2015 to document life at Loyola. Here are our favorites, which capture small moments and large events with equal beauty.

Introducing the Weekend JD

Part-time law program combines on-campus classes with online courses—all in just 14 weekends a year.

Loyola grad shines on ‘The Voice’

Loyola alum Jeffery Austin finished in fourth place Tuesday night on the NBC singing show, an amazing achievement for someone who hadn’t performed publicly in years.

A season of magis

See Loyolans who are doing more to help those in need—plus hear a special Christmas message from Interim President John P. Pelissero, PhD.

A powerful force for change

Alum Candace Musick inspires—and is inspired by—the homeless youth she works with at Chicago’s Night Ministry.

Crèches featured in Advent calendar

Over 100 unique crèches are featured in this year's LUMA exhibition, and two dozen of them are highlighted in this contemporary presentation of the traditional Advent Calendar.

Alum named to Crain’s ‘40 Under 40’

Quinlan alum Melissa Ballate, founder and president of the branding firm Blue Daring, was recently named to Crain’s annual “40 Under 40” list.