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Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney released a statement Jan. 7 condemning the violent insurrection that occurred at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6. Additionally, she called for reflection by the Loyola community. A pro-Trump mob stormed …

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Loyola students headed to campus this spring should expect a saliva-based COVID-19 test twice a week, among other measures, according to school officials.  This announcement came during a Dec. 6 webinar where officials discussed testing …

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If you’re still out shopping for those on your holiday gift list, it might be worth checking out some small businesses in Rogers Park. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us, The Phoenix took …

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The holiday season is approaching and with the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in the U.S., The Phoenix took a look at how Chicagoans can still celebrate. Here are how some of the city’s beloved events …

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This week on The Byline, news reporter Aidan Cahill talks about how students from Loyola’s School of Law made themselves available to voters on election day. News reporter Isabella Grosso explains Loyola’s decision to allow …

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Election Day was a busy day for students and faculty at Loyola’s School of Law. The School of Law granted students and faculty two days off Nov. 3 and 4, giving them the opportunity to …

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The Associated Press (AP) has called the race between former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump — with Biden set to take the White House as the 46th President of the United States.  …

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Loyola Campus Ministry announced the death of Ethan Jorjorian, in an email Oct. 16. Jorjorian was a sophomore studying in Loyola’s School of Environmental Sustainability. It’s unclear when or how Jorjorian died. The email said …