The class of 2019 at Loyola University is its most diverse in the university's history. "Multicultural students," as Loyola puts it, make up a little more than 26% percent of the student body, a 32% increase from last year. "We are particularly proud to greet this diverse and academically talented Class of 2019," says Susan M. Donovan, acting president of Loyola on the school's website. For a school whose reputation is almost aggressively white and well, bro-ish, this is certainly encouraging. Though it is also far from ideal and the school still has plenty of steps to take towards being a more inclusionary and diverse school.