A creative response to gun violence

Loyola artist-in-residence Rick Valicenti is inspiring his students to look at gun violence through an artistic lens—and hopefully bring some humanity to the issue.

A creative response to gun violence

Loyola artist-in-residence Rick Valicenti is inspiring his students to look at gun violence through an artistic lens—and hopefully bring some humanity to the issue.

Health Systems Management students give back through partnership with Young Hearts for Life

In one of this year’s Health Care Marketing classes, junior and seniors have partnered with Young Hearts for Life (YH4L), a group offering free electrocardiograms (ECGs) to high school students in the Chicagoland area.

Panel: What can the past teach today’s social justice advocates?

During the panel, <em>Social Movements in the U.S.: Lessons Learned</em>, Loyola faculty members looked back to U.S. and international history to offer up a few key topics.

Maroon and gold and green

As Earth Day approaches on April 22, we’re hosting several events on campus to help make the world a greener—and better—place.

The perfect balance

See dance major Abigail Newlon talk about her experience at Loyola—and how it prepared her for the next steps in life.

Weekend of Excellence

From research presentations to theater productions, Loyola students take center stage April 20-23.

See photos from Loyola's second Black Lives Matter Conference

For a second year, Loyola hosted its Black Lives Matter Conference at the Water Tower Campus.

Palmer symposium explores mobile health technology

The future of mobile health technology was the focus of this year’s Ruth K. Palmer Symposium, the annual research event hosted by the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing.

Five Loyola alumnae win NSF awards

Kaitlyn Lovato (BS ’16) is one of five Loyola alumni to receive a graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation. The prestigious award provides a $34,000 yearly stipend and tuition allowance to students who pursue research-based master’s or doctorate degrees at accredited institutions in the United States.

Meet the new Ricci Scholars

The five students will spend the fall 2017 semester in Rome and the spring semester in Beijing conducting research about the two countries.

Memoir illustrates the healing power of solitude

English professor Howard Axelrod spent two years living alone in the Vermont woods. He’s now using the lessons he learned there to teach his students at Loyola.

Stritch students advocate for DACA program

Stritch School of Medicine students Zarna Patel and Aaima Sayed met with members of Congress in February to advocate for fellow DACA students.

Lessons learned from a reptile researcher

Senior Judy Kyrkos is at home in a laboratory and passionate about dead reptiles in jars. The reptiles are part of her research on climate change and its effect on lizards.

Register now for Black Lives Matter Conference

On April 1 Loyola will host its second Black Lives Matter Conference. This year’s theme is ”No Justice, No Peace: Mobilization, Empowerment, and Healing Moving Forward.“

Panelists discuss free speech, state of the news

A veteran journalist, faculty members, and the editor of Loyola’s student newspaper discussed the media and the First Amendment at a March 21 panel discussion in the Damen Den.

Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, Appointed Dean of the Stritch School of Medicine

Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, has been named dean of the Stritch School of Medicine. Dr. Goldstein, who comes to Loyola from Brandeis University, will start here in May.

Goutham M. Menon, PhD, Appointed Dean of the School of Social Work

Goutham M. Menon, PhD, has been named the dean of the School of Social Work, effective July 1, 2017. He comes to Loyola from the University of Nevada-Reno, where he serves as director of the School of Social Work.

Training mentors, changing lives

Loyola’s Saving Lives, Inspiring Youth program teaches high schoolers how to help middle school students—and it’s having a positive effect on everyone.

Quinlan Ramble hits New York

Sixteen undergraduate students spent their spring break visiting leading companies in New York City during the fourth annual Quinlan Ramble.