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As COVID-19 cases surge in Chicago with no clear ending in sight, Loyola’s Office of the President announced Nov. 2 the university won’t be hosting an in-person ceremony for the graduating class of 2021. This …

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This week on The Byline, news reporter Aidan Cahill talks about how students from Loyola’s School of Law made themselves available to voters on election day. News reporter Isabella Grosso explains Loyola’s decision to allow …

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As COVID-19 cases in Chicago continue to rise, officials announced Oct. 28 Loyola is set to increase on-campus classes and welcome a limited number of students back to live on campus for the 2021 spring …

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As COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths increase in Illinois, public health officials worry the state is headed in the wrong direction as people are growing tired of following public health guidelines telling them to keep …

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Loyola fifth-year Jeff Krudys was enjoying the night walking his dog in his wheelchair near the Lincoln Park Conservatory Oct. 6. As he began to cross North Stockton Drive, he saw headlights approaching quickly. Before …

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With the pandemic affecting college admissions across the country, Loyola decided to give prospective students the choice to apply test optional — meaning they don’t have to submit an ACT or SAT score.  In the …

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With the 2020 election just around the corner and the pandemic still in full swing, voting in this election will look different. Officials in Chicago are encouraging people to vote early or by mail in …

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With Loyola’s campus operating remotely this fall, student-run clubs and organizations have had to change the way they operate. Clubs have been meeting remotely on Zoom, putting a hold on main events and finding new …