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Students were told not to attend downtown classes Friday afternoon and “non-essential faculty and staff” were told to leave as well in an email from the Office of the Provost after the conviction of former …

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A man was pronounced dead with a gunshot wound to the head Monday night on the 1100 block of W. Lunt Ave., police said. The man, 24, was walking on a bike path near Loyola …

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Loyola’s Black Cultural Center (BCC) wrapped up its Black History Month celebrations with Ebony Ball Feb. 23. Ebony Ball, an open and free formal event to all Loyola students, was held at Loyola’s Water Tower …

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Loyola’s Black Cultural Center (BCC) kicked off Black History Month with its event “Black Voices: Uninterrupted” last week. The event featured 12 former and current BCC members performing songs, original poems and stand-up comedy.   …

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Dancers practiced their best zombie impressions Sunday while rehearsing for the Chicago Thriller flashmob, which will take place this Halloween. The annual Chicago Thriller flashmob will take to the streets in the North Halsted Halloween …

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Dancers practiced their best zombie impressions Sunday while rehearsing for the Chicago Thriller flashmob, which will take place this Halloween. The annual Chicago Thriller flashmob will take to the streets in the North Halsted Halloween …

Arts & Entertainment

Sweeping movements and flourishing melodies graced the stage of the Lyric Opera House Oct. 6 as members of Chicago’s Lyric Opera and the Joffrey Ballet collaborated in the highly anticipated modern-day dramatization of Christoph Willibald …

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Pilsen’s annual Mexican Independence Day parade marched this past Saturday, Sept. 16, commemorating the 196th anniversary of Mexico’s freedom from Spain. Mexican Independence Day marks the day that Mexico began its fight against Spain. On …