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Last week, Yana Bushneva was having breakfast at the Tobey Prinz Beach Park when she heard calls for help and saw a man struggling to stay afloat in the lake. Although she called 911 and …

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After requiring all students get vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus, Loyola allowed dozens of exemptions because of legal threats. More than 40 Loyola students, who were previously denied exemption from the university’s COVID-19 …

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A man died from multiple gunshot wounds after he was shot just under a mile from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus Aug. 16, police said.  Police found the man lying on the street around the 1300 …

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A store providing free essential items and resources recently opened in Rogers Park for everyone — no questions asked.  The Rogers Park Free Store (1407 W. Morse Ave.) was founded by members of the PO …

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The votes for the Student Government Loyola Chicago (SGLC) election have been counted and Loyola students Margaret Bronec and Erla Dervishi were chosen to represent students as president and vice president for the 2021-22 school …

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Sister Jean’s bobblehead is back in stock — and better than ever. The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum partnered with Loyola Athletics to release the third version of men’s basketball chaplain Sister Jean …

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A majority of students frequenting campus are cooperating with Loyola’s surveillance testing requirement, according to university officials.  Loyola uses the SHIELD Illinois saliva-based test to examine asymptomatic members of the Loyola community in an effort …

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Rogers Park and Edgewater drivers should expect to be fined if they’re caught speeding in Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) Children’s Safety Zones thanks to a recent city-wide initiative.  In the initiative that started March 1, …