Congratulations to LUC junior, Shirley Coenen, who was named one of the Pulitzer Center’s 2013 fellows. She will travel to Chile to report on the relations between the government and youth as part of her fellowship.
This summer, The Provost Office for Social Justice Initiatives along with several other groups at Loyola, will co-sponsor a conference [...]
The Chicago-based film, The Interrupters, has won a prestigious award for its depiction of people striving to make a significant difference in their local community.
Governor Quinn praised Loyola’s sustainability efforts and recognized Loyola for achieving Gold status as part of the Illinois Campus Sustainability Compact.
Loyola made the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll which recognizes universities whose civic engagement achieves meaningful outcomes in the communities they serve.
“Roger Ebert was celebrated Monday as a film critic, newspaperman, social-justice soldier, husband, father, grandfather and champion of artists and imagination, but the great cross-section of mourners at his Holy Name Cathedral funeral spoke to a quality that perhaps reigned above all others — someone who loved and united people.”
An ordinance was approved to provide space for the first black firefighters museum to be created in Chicago.
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.