An ordinance was approved to provide space for the first black firefighters museum to be created in Chicago.
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Erasing the Distance has created a show in partnership with Chicago organizations to depict the lives of Asian Americans affected by mental health issues.
Student environmental groups are joining together to push the university to adopt more responsible food purchases by the year 2020 through the Grow Change Campaign.
After the shooting death of 6-month-old Jonylah Watkins on Tuesday March 12, Chicago communities affected by gun violence pledge to take back their communities and city.
The 2013 Peace on Earth Film Festival will run March 7-10 at the Chicago Cultural Center. It will explore themes of peace and nonviolence in a collection of short and feature films.
For the 2nd year, the Center for Experiential Learning will run the Social Justice Internship Grant Program, a partnership with Catholic Charities and Misericordia, which offers 10 students a year-long, 300 hour, for credit internship with a $5,000.00 financial aid award.
On February 11, Father Garanzini delivered his spring “State of the University” address in which he discussed important topics, such as the University’s financial health.
On February 15-17 and February 22-24, the public radio show “This American Life” will devote two full episodes to the violence affecting Harper High School in Chicago.
Enactus, a group of Loyola business students, recently traveled to Cambodia and Vietnam in an effort to use commerce for social good.
Working Bikes, a co-op on Chicago’s Southwest Side, is fixing up old bikes and sending them to Chicago non-profits and places around the world to turn misery into hope.