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.

The Power Shift Project: Jill Geisler to lead the fight against harassment in journalism

When Jill Geisler, the Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity at Loyola University Chicago, took the stage at last month’s Power Shift Summit, she had a sobering message for her fellow journalists.

Center for the Human Rights of Children's director on the impact of immigration laws

There are over 16 million people living in “mix-status” households (with at least one undocumented family member) in the United States.

Coaching Olympic hopefuls

How does alum Kori Ade help her athletes get to the next level? By applying the values she learned at Loyola

Loyola receives cornerstone gift to build a new practice facility from alumnus Allan Norville

The cornerstone gift will support the construction of a new building, which will be named the Alfie Norville Practice Facility in honor of Noville’s late wife, Alfena.

Game of Change: Learn why Loyola's 1962-63 season was about more than a championship

After Saturday afternoon’s 97-75 victory over Missouri State, the Ramblers have a 9-3 record in the Missouri Valley Conference and are 19-5 overall, including a December victory at then-No. 5 Florida.

Biologist Hunter Cole is taking bioluminescent bacteria to a new place: the art world

You might say the intention of BioArt is to help us understand what it means to be alive at a cellular level.

DACA recipient Cesar Montelongo Hernandez joins Sen. Dick Durbin at the State of the Union

According to a list published by CNN, Cesar will be one of at least 22 DACA recipients invited by members of the U.S. House and Senate to hear President Trump’s speech in-person.

Join Jesuit institutions across the country and have your voice heard on February 1

This is a national campaign, being promoted by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.

Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and Quinlan find growing optimism for the city

Small businesses in the Chicago region have growing optimism, plus plans to expand, according to the 2018 Small Business Outlook Survey.

Meet our weekend warriors

Neither geography nor workweek schedules are holding students back in the weekend JD program

Loyola joins institutions across the country to address disparities in STEM education

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is supporting the project, known as SEMINAL: Student Engagement in Mathematics through an Institutional Network for Active Learning, with a $3 million, five-year grant.

Where the need is greatest

Mary Ann Blackman Noonan (BSN ’64, MSN ’79) looks back on a 53-year career as a nurse and educator

Loyola’s leadership in competition law and policy expands with inaugural chair

Spencer Weber Waller has been named Loyola’s inaugural Justice John Paul Stevens Chair in Competition Law

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