Campus Safety Responds to Safety Concerns with Walking Tour

Loyola Campus Safety and Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) teamed up for a “safety stroll” through Rogers Park on Oct. 19. The stroll hoped to educate students on how to stay safe when walking through the neighborhood, but only two students who were not …

Church Struggles to Fund After-school Program

Loyola students have helped the United Church of Rogers Park provide free child care to local families, but that goal is becoming harder to achieve as Chicago Public Schools (CPS) continues to slash its budget.

Students Question Company’s On-Campus Recruiting

One marketing company’s presence on Loyola’s campus has some students skeptical. Vector Marketing, founded in 1981, sells knives from CUTCO Cutlery by employing independent contractors. The company actively recruits people, and 85 percent of its sales representatives are students. The independent contractors set up one-on-one meetings …

Some Majors Mean Job Trouble for Students

The New York Federal Reserve (NYFR) updated its annual study on the labor market for recent college and high school graduates. The unemployment rates range from the lowest at 1 percent for miscellaneous education majors, to the highest at 8.8 percent for anthropology majors.

Ride-sharing Popularity Surge Could Derail CTA Business

As ride services Uber and Lyft overtake taxi cabs, the ride-sharing programs offered by these companies could also provide competition for the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Metra, especially with students.

Two Men Arrested Outside Mertz for Harassment

Two men who harassed several Loyola students outside Mertz Hall on Oct. 13 were arrested and now face criminal charges. Campus Safety officers saw the two men, Cesar Castro and Peter Rivera — both 35 years old and not affiliated with Loyola — harassing students …