Opening the floodgates

More than a million Americans don’t have access to clean running water. George McGraw (BA ’09) has a plan to change that.

Ramblers react: Check out the most memorable quotes from Loyola's players and fans

After 33 years, Loyola University Chicago returned to the March Madness stage.

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication recognizes Dean Heider

Many aspects signal a good leader: charisma, deliverables, poise, and possibly most importantly, support from those being led.

A moment in history

The 2017-18 men's basketball team will be remembered for much more than a trip to the Final Four

Gallery: Why are Loyola students getting mini Lu wolfs and signing thank-you notes?

On March 28, 2018, Loyola will celebrate its annual Wolf and Kettle Day.

International CEOs and top execs talk about bringing together business and social purpose

Forty-five CEOs and top executives from the U.S., U.K., and Colombia recently spoke at the sold-out Leading for Good conference hosted by the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.

Students, on and off the court: How Loyola leads the way in graduation success rates

For the past two years, Loyola has sat at the top of the class when it comes to Division I student-athletes.

Quinlan's MBA continues to be among Chicago's Top 3 part-time programs

Quinlan's part-time MBA program jumped 25 spots in the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.

98 years in the making: Find out why some are calling Sister Jean this year's MVP

Since becoming chaplain of the men’s basketball team in 1996, Sister Jean has shown her dedication to Loyola’s student-athletes above and beyond just their spiritual health.

Tears, hugs, and cheers: Stritch's fourth-year medical students celebrate Match Day

The letters include the student’s location and specialty of the residency program where they will train for the next three to seven years.

The human elements in Haiti: What are the long-term impacts of climate change?

Of the 1.5 million people displaced after the 2010 Haiti earthquake-nearly 38,000 have still been unable to return home.

Worship, work, win: Sister Jean shows off her Rambler pride to The New York Times

Each prayer begins the same way, with “Good and gracious God.” Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt always makes sure of that.

The Sweet Sixteen

After taking on Tennessee, the Ramblers aren't done making history

Ready for Thursday?

Taking the No. 11 seed, the Ramblers will be facing off against Miami for the First Round

Life of the party: Loyola alumna mixes business with pleasure as CEO of The Revel Group

Psychology and Social Science alumna Britt Whitfield (BA ’04) knows this and literally embodies the phrase “Life of the party.”

Twyla Blackmond Larnell on the politics behind one of the most expensive elections in history

Illinois' March 20 primary election is only three weeks away, when voters will determine several key races including governor.

It’s not just bad weather

The keynote speaker for next week’s Climate Change Conference explains today’s public health crisis

Learn more about Colonel Jennifer N. Pritzker's gift in honor of her mother, Audrey G. Ratner

Thanks to the generous gift from Colonel Jennifer N. Pritzker (BA ’79) in honor of her mother, Audrey G. Ratner (BSEd ’78), we can support bright, service-oriented students who are called to act.