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Last week I introduced this column with this central question: “What is our government for?” It’s the divisive issue of American politics, with some 8212; such as the Tea Party candidates who swept into office …

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A ray of hope for the leukemia awareness cause shined through welcoming windows of Kaffecino Coffee Shop Thursday in the heart of Loyola’s Lake Shore campus in the form of a special fundraiser held as …

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The recent trend in comedy has involved stars playing fictional versions of themselves, probably best exemplified by Larry David in the HBO show Curb Your Enthusiasm. Sometimes it feels like this style is used to …

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Trampy, titillating or taboo? The many faces of sexuality showed themselves at CARE’s recent presentation and discussion entitled “Talk Sex,” a presentation of Loyolans’ views on sexual issues followed by a discussion as part of …

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There’s a lot of history behind the phrase “innocent until proven guilty” – a history that takes us back to a time before there was such a place as America, to England. Now, years later, …

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With genocide occurring again in an area of the world separated far from the United States by distance, media coverage and culture, it is necessary to ask why we should care. There is much about …

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The No.12 Loyola men’s volleyball team lost on Friday to No. 4 Cal State Northridge in a five-game match. The Ramblers dropped games one and two, but came out of the break and won games …

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As part of a national movement regarding college affordability, President Barack Obama has set a goal for higher education to be more financially accessible. The goal is that, in 10 years, the U.S. will have …