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.”

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.

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 the 2018 Climate Change Conference explains today’s public health crisis.

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.

Not finished yet

For the first time since 1985, the Ramblers are heading to the NCAA tournament

History firsthand: The tournament that forever changed Loyola, and college, basketball

For many, the Game of Change demonstrates the impact of sports, how it brings people together, and how it can create change when those involved challenge the status quo.

History firsthand: The tournament that forever changed Loyola, and college, basketball

For many, the Game of Change demonstrates the impact of sports, how it brings people together, and how it can create change when those involved challenge the status quo.

Teachable moments: How Loyola students and faculty are working inside Chicago classrooms

Loyola currently has more than 50 partnerships with local schools—including Chicago public schools, Catholic schools, and independent schools.

Meet just a few of the Loyola veterans and students who serve their country

A military life can be among the most challenging—and rewarding—ways to serve others

Preparation and prevention: Learn about the resources offered in the event of a shooting

From identifying threatening behavior and highlighting responses to an active shooter situation to violence prevention activism and coping with the anxiety such events can incite, Loyola hosts programs and initiatives across its campuses aimed at promoting safety and awareness.

Stritch's DACA recipients face the final three months of med school and an uncertain future

Rosa Aramburo sailed into her final year of medical school with stellar test scores and high marks from professors.

Looking to history

First-year text author Wil Haygood explains why Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall sets an example for our times

<i> Chicago Tribune</i/> checks in with Sister Jean before the men’s final home game of the season

Twenty minutes before tipoff in a tunnel leading to the Gentile Arena basketball court, towering Loyola players formed a circle around a 98-year-old nun as she quietly prayed.

What can Chicago gain when nonprofits have their own shared office spaces?

Shelley Dunck is the director of the Business Law Clinic at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.