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A push for diversity has led to new options for Loyola students looking to fulfill their Core Curriculum. The selection for the fall 2017 semester includes changes to some requirements and the addition of new classes.

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Loyola’s environmental efforts reach beyond the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES). The university recently received recognition for its multiple projects combating climate change in the Rogers Park and Edgewater area.

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Stephanie Hayes, 65, has been living at the Caroline Hedger Apartments in Rogers Park for more than three years. She said the building’s community room is a hub for socialization for the senior citizen residents, …

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Sophomore Brandon Penrod is passionate about traveling. He’s studying abroad in Thailand and has visited 13 other countries since the beginning of the school year. But his plan to visit Iran in May is in …

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Some residents of Rogers Park expressed anger about a proposed mixed-use development at 49th Ward Alderman Joe Moore’s community meeting Jan 30.

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Members of the San Francisco Hall Council tackled more than their required reading last semester. Together, they raised about $180 for the Equal Justice Initiative, a social justice organization founded by the author of the book all first-year students were instructed to read.

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First-year psychology major Shoshanah Altman-Shafer follows a Kosher diet, which restricts certain kinds of foods and follows Jewish customs of preparation. She said Loyola’s dining hall staff informed her that accommodations could be made to …

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Loyola Limited, the on-campus, student-run business enterprise, will hire local high school students to work for its businesses by the end of this spring semester. Two Loyola students spearheaded this outreach, making it the first …