- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
2 High School Basketball Stars Wounded In Drive-By Shooting In Englewood
Tyler Johnson, a student at DePaul College Prep, and TaKiya “TK” Howard, a student at De La Salle Institute, were wounded in Monday night's shooting.
Loyola University Will Require Students Get COVID Vaccine Before Returning To Campus This Fall
Students who aren't vaccinated or don't meet exemption criteria won't be allowed to move into dorms or attend in-person classes, Loyola officials said.
Rogers Park’s Glenwood Sunday Market Combines With Loyola Farmers Market This Year, Plans June Return
The newly combined farmers market will be hosted in a lot off Pratt Boulevard to allow for more social distancing.
Rogers Park Restaurants, Shops Hope Another Loyola March Madness Run Boosts Sales After Difficult Year
After a brutal year for business, Loyola watch parties and Sister Jean gear could provide restaurants and shops with a much-needed jolt.
Sister Jean Bobblehead For Sale In Time For Loyola’s March Madness Run
Sister Jean has the second-best-selling bobblehead in the Bobblehead Museum's history, behind Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Sister Jean Will Accompany Loyola Basketball Team To March Madness Tournament, University Says
Coronavirus protocols initially threatened to keep Loyola team chaplain Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt from traveling with the Ramblers to Indianapolis for the March Madness tournament.
As Loyola Reopens Campus, Rogers Park Neighbors Worry Off-Campus Partying Will Get Worse
Residents sounded off about college parties during a meeting on Loyola's planned spring reopening. "The consequences are going to fall on our most vulnerable neighbors."
Loyola Creates Rule Of Law Institute Thanks To $6 Million Gift
Loyola Trustee Barry McCabe's grant will establish the institute, which will focus on issues of equal rights and ethical law practices.
Rogers Park’s St. Ignatius Parish To Close, But Neighbors Eye Jesuit ‘Mission Center’ For Church Campus
St. Ignatius dates back to 1907, when the Jesuit order bought the Rogers Park land that houses Loyola University.
Seeking To Be Leader On Climate Change Studies, Loyola Launches Environmental Sustainability School
Loyola is the first Jesuit university to have a school dedicated to environmental sustainability, school leaders say.
Loyola Will Reopen Dorms, Bring Some Classes Back To Campus For Spring Semester
Dorms have been closed at the Rogers Park campus through the fall and most classes have been held remotely.
Loyola Admissions Official Resigns, Citing Racism And ‘Toxic’ Workplace: ‘Over Time, It Starts To Eat At You’
Marcus Mason-Vivit left his job in September, saying his former boss cultivated an atmosphere of fear, intimidation, racism and hostility in the school's admissions office. Loyola leaders say they are investigating.
Loyola’s Sister Jean Turns 101 During Unprecedented School Year, Warns Students Not To Party
The beloved basketball chaplain has a message to students during the pandemic: no parties. "Don't have any, and don't disappoint me," she said.
The Halal Guys Opening In Rogers Park Near Loyola Friday
The owner said he picked the neighborhood because of its diversity and because of the storefront's location near Loyola.
Loyola University Closes Dorms For Fall Semester, Citing Coronavirus Risk
The university previously announced all fall classes will take place online.
Loyola University To Move Most Fall Classes Online
There will be some in-person classes at the Rogers Park-based school this fall for things like labs and research. Having those classes could protect international students from being deported.
Loyola Student Journalists Say Reporting On School Issues Impossible Thanks To Trump-Style Administration
University President Jo Ann Rooney refuses to answer questions from the student newspaper — and won't let anyone else talk to them, either.