Loyola’s online programs shine in latest rankings

Loyola University Chicago’s online bachelor’s degree programs are ranked No. 21 in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Accounting grad focuses on nonprofit work

Loyola graduate Bridget Roche built Grant Thornton's nonprofit tax team with Quinlan alumni—and she’s returning to campus this spring to recruit more Ramblers.

Rambler extraordinaire

Loyola icon Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, to be inducted into the University’s renovated Athletics Hall of Fame.

Students win pair of Crystal Pillar Awards

Loyola’s School of Communication took home two Crystal Pillar Awards for student-produced work at the Chicago/Midwest Regional Emmys held in December.

Bringing new life to old vests

See how Quinlan students want to help Syrian refugees earn money by turning used life jackets into trendy products such as handbags, backpacks, and smartphone cases.

Editorial: Tech companies need chief ethicists

The best way for companies such as Facebook and Twitter to combat fake news is to hire chief ethicists, says Don Heider, PhD, dean of the School of Communication.

2016: The year in pictures

From small moments to large events, we look back at our favorite images of the past 12 months.

These backpacks help survivors of domestic violence

Second-year medical student Maria Georgen’s Safety PACS (Preventing and Confronting Stalking) are backpacks filled with items to help survivors of stalking and domestic violence.

Five tips for entrepreneurs in the new year

A new year equals a new start, and now is the time to fulfill your dream of starting your own business, says Quinlan clinical professor April Lane.

A Christmas message from Dr. Rooney

Read the 2016 Christmas message from Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, who urges everyone to build a more peaceful world and to help those in need.

Loyola Limited to hire, mentor local teens

Loyola Limited, a student-run enterprise, will hire, train, and mentor six local high schoolers as part of a Plan 2020 initiative to develop local partnerships.

New UNIV 102 class to tackle bias

New sections of UNIV 102, titled “Understanding Bias,” will be offered this spring to help students navigate the difficult conversations they can face in life.

An illuminating experience

Three Quinlan classes started the holiday season with a festive task: collecting marketing research at the BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival.

Triplets reunited with Loyola medical team

A set of triplets from west suburban Villa Park was reunited with their NICU nurses to celebrate their first birthday Thursday.

Dr. Rooney shows support for undocumented students

Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, signed a statement of support for undocumented students.

Celebrate the season

Enjoy Christmastime at Loyola—and around Chicago—with these holiday happenings.

Loyola adds to its study abroad lineup

Loyola’s Office of International Programs is now offering three new faculty-led study abroad programs to Iceland, Panama, and Cuba.

66th Stritch dinner raises money for scholarships

More than 700 people attended the Stritch School of Medicine’s 66th annual awards dinner on November 19 to raise money for medical student scholarships.

Social justice in action

Want to volunteer to help others but don’t know where to start? Try these five programs.

Quinlan students honored at global data conference

Two teams of Quinlan undergraduate students were chosen as finalists to attend the 2016 Teradata Partners World Conference–and one team took home a top prize.