courtesy of the 49th WardMaria Hadden, alderwoman of the 49th ward, teamed up with first responders and water safety organizations to teach Rogers Park residents about the dangers of Lake Michigan.

Multiple drownings in Lake Michigan across the city in the past year have led to a water safety movement calling for better water safety signs, more community education and an increased lifeguard presence.  Rogers Park …

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Diane Hullinger, an employee in Loyola’s Office of Registration and Records, lost her fight with an aggressive form of brain cancer Aug. 4. Hullinger worked as a senior associate registrar of records and technology and …

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Born Cheney Ray, Canadian artist CRAY was studying sociology at Chapman University in Southern California when she had a change of heart. With the support of her mother, she decided to pursue music production instead, …

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Cidney Thomas, a junior at Loyola, died after a car crash while she was at home in Cleveland, officials said.  Thomas was in a Toyota Corolla with three others on Interstate 90 on August 4 …

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Multiple drownings in Lake Michigan across the city in the past year have led to a water safety movement calling for better water safety signs, more community education and an increased lifeguard presence.  Rogers Park …

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The Loyola softball team officially hired its new head coach Monday afternoon. Alicia Abbott is set to take over as the Ramblers’ head coach, Loyola Athletics Director Steve Watson announced in a press release. Abbott …

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Making a horror movie that entertains and scares younger audiences without completely traumatizing them can be a daunting task. Director André Øvredal’s “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” released Aug. 9, manages that tricky …

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Pamela L. Caughie is an English professor at Loyola University Chicago and former president of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).  As one of the faculty members who composed and signed the American Association …