News category Michael F. Andrews, PhD, Appointed Director of the John Felice Rome Center We are pleased to announce that Michael F. Andrews, PhD, has been appointed to serve as the next director of the John Felice Rome Center. Dr. Andrews joins us from the University of Portland, where he is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences as well as professor of philosophy, director of the Catholic Studies program, and McNerney-Hanson Endowed Chair in Ethics. Read more. category Loyola alumni start first U.S. organic farm REIT Access to capital is notoriously difficult for farmers. Growing and raising certified organic food is even more daunting. To make the process easier, Dr. Stephen Rivard—former co-director of emergency medicine at Good Shepherd Hospital, and David Miller, former vice president for First Chicago Bank & Trust, created Iroquois Valley Farms to invest in land leased to farmers who convert conventional operations to organic. Read more. category Loyola's 24th president is coming to you As part of her first year in office, Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, will be traveling to cities across the country to meet with alumni and friends of Loyola. These events are an opportunity to meet Dr. Rooney and other Loyola leaders, network with fellow Loyolans, and hear about how Loyola is working to build a more just, humane, and sustainable world. Read more. category Join us for Latino Alumni night! The Latino Alumni Board, in collaboration with The Office of Alumni Relations and Dr. Susana Cavallo of Modern Languages & Literature, invite you to join the first ever Latino Alumni Night at the popular Tapas Valencia in the South Loop! Read more. category Read the latest issue of Loyola magazine Transforming education, honoring the dead, Mother Theresa and me, and more: check out the winter issue of Loyola magazine. category Rambler Extraordinaire Loyola icon Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, to be inducted into the University’s renovated Athletics Hall of Fame. Read more.