By Gabriela Richardson
Three individuals unaffiliated with Loyola University were involved in a aggravated battery incident on a CTA bus near the Lake Shore Campus last week.
The incident happened Thursday evening in the 6400 block of North Sheridan Road, according to an email from Campus Safety.
By Alexa Ristich
At 5:45 a.m. a CTA bus caught fire driving southbound on Lake Shore Drive near Division Street. This created significant delays for Loyola intercampus shuttle commuters heading to the Water Tower Campus.
These delays are expected to be relieved by late morning, but until then the southbound campus shuttles will be taking an alternative route to Water Tower Campus.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to take the CTA Red Line to get between campuses until the delays have been alleviated.
Hundreds of the Rogers Park community pass by the Loyola Farmers Market every Monday afternoon on their way to or from the train. Taking a stroll through the farmers market, it’s evident this gathering calls for community, conservation, and a lot of delicious food.
The Loyola Farmers Market was launched in June of 2011 and hosts 11 Chicago growers and producers from neighboring states near the Loyola Red Line station.
“Your food’s not coming from California. It’s coming from Indiana or Michigan or Illinois,” said Kelly Hoff , assistant manager of the farmers market.
By Nader Issa
Two Loyola University Chicago intercampus shuttle buses were involved in separate collisions Friday.
At 10:50 a.m. a Loyola shuttle bus made contact with a vehicle near the university’s Water Tower campus, according to the Department of Campus Transportation. As the shuttle passed the vehicle, the bus’s side-view mirror collided with the vehicle’s side-view mirror.
The second collision occurred at 2:34 p.m., when a shuttle bus collided with a Chicago Transit Authority bus in the 1100 block of West Sheridan Road, according to Campus Transportation.
By Loyola Student Dispatch Staff
Mobile tracking will now be available for students riding campus shuttle buses at Loyola University Chicago, the university announced Friday.
Loyola’s new transportation vendor, MV Transportation, will add mobile tracking for shuttles transporting students between the school’s Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park and downtown Water Tower Campus.
The mobile tracking will be similar to tracking available for Chicago Transit Authority riders. Students can use the tracker on their mobile devices and computers to determine shuttle arrival times, Loyola said.
MV Transportation also promises newer buses with more comfortable seating, and more interior space, the university said.
There also is a new location for the shuttle stop at Lake Shore Campus, the university said. The shuttle stop is now located on the south end of the West Quad, across from Flanner Hall. During inclement weather, riders can use the waiting area in the Main Parking Structure, near the entrance to the Welcome Center, Loyola said.
Here is the announcement from the university:
By Rianne Coale
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Loyola athlete graduation numbers on rise
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