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Kate Rochowicz, a Loyola senior, will soon spend 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. each day treating gunshot victims, people injured in bad accidents and others in need of emergency care. She’ll be working as a …

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The new decade began with a step forward for transgender and gender nonconforming people, as a new Illinois law requiring all public, single-occupant restrooms to be labeled as all-gender took effect Jan. 1.  Termed the …

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When the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was terminated by President Donald Trump’s administration in 2017, the estimated 150 undocumented students at Loyola said they grew fearful of the uncertain future before them, …

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A woman died Sunday night after falling seven floors inside Water Tower Place near Loyola’s Water Tower Campus, officials said.    The woman — whose age hasn’t yet been confirmed — fell at about 6:04 p.m. …

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Loyola’s graduate student population started shrinking about seven years ago, and it hasn’t stopped since. Enrollment in both master’s and doctoral programs have declined throughout those seven years, according to the university’s enrollment statistics.  Overall …

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The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) strike is over after 11 missed school days, and Rogers Park and Edgewater students will be among the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students returning to school Friday.  The CTU reached …

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  Some LGBTQ students are pushing for changes to make Loyola more welcoming for transgender and gender nonconforming students — including the addition of more gender-neutral bathrooms on campus.  This push for change follows a …

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More than a year after Rogers Park residents discovered the neighborhood contains multiple immigration shelters that house children, a recent protest sparked a response from the organization in charge of the shelters.  ProPublica Illinois — …