Courtesy of Mareez Saad / Griffin Krueger | The PhoenixThe Phoenix collected accounts from 20 students who said they've either gotten sick after eating at Loyola's dining halls or found something in their food.

Mareez Saad was eating lunch in Loyola’s De Nobili Dining Hall in October when she found a shard of glass in her salad. “I didn’t see it and I bit down, and thought, ‘Woah this …

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The Loyola men’s basketball team (7-2, 1-0) faced off against “Red Line Rival” DePaul University Dec. 4 at Wintrust Arena for the first time since 2012. After an intense matchup for all 40 minutes of …

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de Nobili Dining Hall will reopen to students Dec. 8, Heather Dotchel, a spokesperson for Aramark — the company which runs Loyola Dining — confirmed in an email to The Phoenix. This comes after de …

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Even non-Swifties like sophomore Megan Beu can admit Taylor Swift’s recent release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” encompassed the year for many — the heartbroken, the scream-criers and the casual pop fan.  While albums such as …

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We know you’re sick of hearing about COVID. Quite frankly, we’re sick of writing about it. But we have to keep it up because we don’t want you or us to get actually sick. The …