Finding blessings

Following her breast cancer diagnosis, alumna Kay Metres wanted to share the insights from her road to recovery

A new approach

Niehoff's ABSN program is meeting a nursing shortage head on—with a new path to earn a degree

In 1970, Jay Woolf left college to support his family, and 40 years later, he earned his degree

Jay Woolf (BA ’16) was one course shy of graduating from Loyola when he stepped away to spend more time with his wife and soon-to-be-born son. That was in 1970.

January marks the start of Quinlan Professor Arup Varma's five-month study in India

Born and raised in India, Varma will study the performance management of expatriates.

Martin Luther King’s legacy in 2018

Meet civil rights activist Adrienne Y. Bailey before she delivers the <i>MLK Celebration</i> keynote address

Now playing: Loyola student Audrey Anderson in the Lookingglass Theatre's latest production

Review: 'Hard Times' at Lookingglass a chance to escape to the circus

Marketing students found new experiences and advice from global leaders and innovators

Quinlan Marketing Research students gained valuable experience and created great memories as volunteers at Chicago Ideas Week 2017.

Get to know the alumna and activist who joined Laura Dern at the Golden Globes

So who is Laura Dern's date to the 2018 Golden Globes? Mónica Ramírez fights for the rights of farm workers around the world.

Make it an entrepreneurial new year

Quinlan's clinical professor April Lane gives five tips for up-and-coming visionaries

Living simply

A simple question holds much more complicated feelings after a year spent serving others

Sexual misconduct in the newsroom: Jill Geisler to lead discussions with industry experts in DC

“The Power Shift Summit” will be a high-level gathering of invited leaders across journalism and the media industry that will focus on sexual misconduct in newsrooms and how to create meaningful and sustainable change.

Francis Alonzo, PhD, is researching new, better treatments to fight an often deadly infection

How can Staphylococcus aureus transform itself from harmless bacterium into one that can completely avoid our immune system and resist usual antibiotic treatment?

Scratching the surface

As her final semester approaches, physical chemistry student Rachel Farber reflects on what makes Loyola different

Fighting obesity: Loyola's Lara Dugas talks research on the Science Vs. podcast

We’ve always been told to get off the couch and stop eating junk food if you want to lose weight – but is the obesity epidemic that simple?

Retiring after 40 years, Elliot Lefkovitz, PhD, leaves behind a legacy of dedication

For Elliot Lefkovitz, PhD, sharing the history of the Holocaust involves not just the Jewish victims and survivors but those who intervened and rescued people.

A look back at 2017

From quiet moments to stadium events, we look back at our favorite images of the past 12 months

Homelessness in Chicago: Since 1996, CURL's projects have helped shine a light

Since launching in 1996 at Loyola, CURL has partnered with community leaders across Chicagoland to research the issues affecting local communities, including inequality, domestic violence, criminal justice, as well as employment.

Healthy aging at home: New research is trying to offer better resources for Edgewater

A new joint study by Loyola faculty and community leaders aims to provide better resources to help aging residents of Edgewater remain in their homes and communities

This one's for the procrastinators: five gift-giving rules for all of your relationships

We’re at the height of gift giving season, and picking out the “right” gift can be easy for some while others find it burdensome.