Despite Loyola's Loss In Sweet 16, Ramblers Fans Confident They'll Be Back In NCAA Tournament Soon; 'We’re Still Excited'You could definitely feel the mood shift from hopefulness to heartbreak as a Ramblers rally fell short in their 65-58 loss to Oregon State, but fans are confident Sister Jean's squad will be back.
Q&A With Loyola Ramblers Sophomore Braden NorrisThe Oakland of Michigan transfer has made some big shots, and his tough guy facial expressions got the attention of former NFL punter Pat McAfee, who compared him to another slight more famous Norris. 
Q&A With Loyola Ramblers Senior Lucas WilliamsonCBS 2's Matt Zahn talks with Loyola Ramblers senior and Missouri Valley Defensive Player of the Year Lucas Williamson about his team, which leads the nation in scoring defense.
Loyola Fans Buzzing With Excitement As Ramblers Head For The Sweet 16There were a lot of busted brackets, except for the Loyola Ramblers fans who never lost faith. 
Loyola University Plans To Return To Full In-Person Learning In The FallLoyola University is planning a full return to full in-person learning in the fall.
Expert Says End To Cash Bail Does Not Mean Greater Risk To Community Safety In States Where It Has HappenedAmong the police reform measures that recently passed in Springfield is an end to cash bail.
COVID-19 Cases Have Halted Men's Basketball At DePaul, LoyolaThe DePaul Blue Demons men’s basketball team has had to pause all activities after a positive COVID-19 test, and Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball is also on hold because of the virus.
7 Arrested During Black Lives Matter Protest At Loyola UniversityChicago police said the protesters locked arms and blocked the roadway in the intersection of Sheridan and Kenmore around 7 p.m. 
Loyola Freshman Learns On-Campus Living Canceled Minutes Before Boarding Flight To ChicagoA family from Salt Lake City, Utah, planned on moving their daughter into a dorm on Loyola University's campus but found out minutes before boarding the plane that the university canceled on campus living indefinitely. 
With COVID-19 Persisting, Loyola University Says Residence Halls Will Not Be Opening In The FallLoyola University Chicago on Thursday announced that it will not be opening dormitories “until conditions are favorable” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Loyola University To Shift Most Classes Online For FallWhile most classes will be held online, the university said it will provide necessary in-person instruction and research opportunities to domestic and international students.