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Loyola announced some in-person classes will be taught virtually the first two weeks of spring semester, according to a Dec. 15 email from the university’s provost, who oversees academic affairs. The decision to postpone some …

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As President-elect Joe Biden prepares for a presidency amid surging COVID-19 cases, he selected Edgewater resident Dr. Julie Morita as an expert on his COVID-19 Advisory Board.  Morita has lived in Edgewater for a majority …

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As classes have shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Loyola professors have been faced with a unique challenge: making sure students don’t cheat. Cheating, according to Loyola’s guidelines on academic integrity, includes obtaining or …

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Loyola testing centers reported 45 new coronavirus cases between Nov. 9 and Nov. 16, according to its COVID-19 Testing Dashboard. Out of the 485 tests administered this week, 9.28 percent of the tests were positive, …

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While exercising their civil duty by casting a ballot this election season, Rogers Park residents are taking extra caution to minimize COVID-19 transmission while voting.  Across the city, more than 700,000 Chicago residents have voted …

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, people have adapted celebrations and holidays to a new normal — and Halloween won’t be an exception.  Halloween isn’t canceled — however, the public will need to follow guidelines …

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With a chilly Chicago winter around the corner, some local restaurants are preparing to make changes to sustain their businesses in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines.  Restaurants will now be able to accommodate more customers for …