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Ad campaign converts downtown bus stops into virtual campuses Forget campus tours — interactive advertisements now give the public a glimpse of Loyola from bus stations across Chicago. With the tap of a screen, a …

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Construction in Halas Recreation Center finished a little too late for swimsuit season, but the renovation was completed just in time to counteract the effects of that dining hall soft serve. The 20,000 square foot …

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Break out the smart phones: citizens and professionals now have the right to take audio recordings of public occurrences — including fans yelling at sports events, debates in a park and loud conversations on the …

Arts & Entertainment

Indie-folk band Wild Child’s performance at Lincoln Hall on March 20 was like the 3D version of Starry Night: It revealed a fantastical dimension to the band’s intricate melodic details. Wild Child wooed the audience …

Community

Students will receive freebies, fliers and buttons galore in the next few days as Unified Student Government Association (USGA) candidates campaign for the upcoming spring elections taking place on March 26 and 27. Loyola students …

Arts & Entertainment

The role of a bloodthirsty bad guy was made for actor Bruno Gunn. To kick off the March 7 DVD release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the actor, who plays Hunger Games competitor Brutus, …

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A national recycling competition is making Loyola less trashy. For the fifth year, Loyola is participating in RecycleMania: an eight-week-long competition that attracts universities and colleges from across the country to challenge each other in …

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The Loyola University Museum of Art is now accredited for demonstrating high standards of excellence established by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). The accreditation, which was finalized in November, will begin to show its …