Whether you’re down for a chat about surfing in Hawaii, religion or politics, Father Jay is your man. Not only is he a Loyola professor and a Jesuit, but Father Jay is every Loyola student’s best friend. With the Easter holiday coming up, the Uncovering Loyola team is proud to present LUC’s very own, Father
Who wouldn’t want to be like Junior Zachary Enriquez? He is an accomplished model of success and excels in his positions of RA, campus ministry retreat leader, and Damen as a staff member. Uncovering Loyola got the opportunity to hold a Q&A with him to find out just how he does it all. Q: Could you
Finding an organization you are truly passionate about can be a difficult task. This can be frustrating and discouraging to undergraduates who are looking to get involved on campus. John St. Pierre, a film major, chose to overcome this obstacle by creating an organization of his own–a decision which led to something phenomenal. When John
How do most of the freshmen here at Loyola get involved? Uncovering LUC got the chance to interview some inspiring first-year students on their involvement and how it has impacted their time here at Loyola. Check out our video to find out what they had to say! To learn more about what kind of clubs
Who knew you could have your own radio show here at Loyola? Not to mention that it’d be broadcast from the best office on campus! Uncovering Loyola got the chance to speak with one of the student DJs from WLUW Radio Station this week so check out our video to learn more!
Ryan Sorrell isn’t just any ordinary Rambler. He was one of the main members of the Loyola community involved in organizing a protest on campus against racism. The protest not only got a lot of attention on campus but also from local news media such as the Chicago Tribune, NBC Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times and
At a time of such political turmoil, students need to make their voices heard. Society of Professional Journalism at Loyola supports freedom of speech and encourages all Loyola students to as well. Watch our video to get an inside look at SPJ and find out why you should join. If SPJ feels right for you, don’t
If your drinking water, your shower water, the water you use for just about anything, was contaminated with high levels of lead, you’d want all the help you could get. You’ve been facing this issue for three years and you are still waiting for the government to take proper action. For 1,060 days, the city