News category Loyola alums biked 300 miles for charity With GoPro cameras strapped to helmets and spare tires in tow, Ben Derico (BA ’11) and 24 fellow cyclists arrived in Ann Arbor, Michigan, after a short day of biking the first leg of a three-day journey from Detroit to Chicago. Read more. category Twice as nice Ramblers win second straight NCAA volleyball championship with a thrilling five-set victory. Read more category Meet your new Alumni Relations director Please welcome Leticia Nieto (BA '03) to her new role as director of Alumni Relations at Loyola. On June 1, Leticia, a native Chicagoan, joins the Alumni Relations team from Loyola's admission office. Read more category Leadership Transition After 14 years of leadership, Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., will step down from his position as President and CEO of the University on June 30, 2015, and assume the role of Chancellor. John Pelissero, PhD, Provost and Chief Academic Officer, has been appointed Interim President, effective July 1, 2015. Read more. category The Campaign for Quinlan The Campaign for Quinlan, a $100 million fundraising campaign to benefit Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, was unveiled Monday, March 16. The campaign is the largest in the business school’s history. Read more. category Loyola ranks No. 24 for Peace Corps volunteers For the fourth year in a row, Loyola made the cut for mid-sized U.S. universities that produce the most Peace Corps volunteers. Jackie Dulude is one of 13 undergraduate alumni now serving overseas as Peace Corps volunteers. Since the Peace Corps was created in 1961, more than 450 Loyola graduates have served as volunteers in the organization. Read More.