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While some residence halls on campus usually include rooms for groups of three to five, the school announced March 11 it won’t house triples and quads or quints for the 2021-22 academic year. Residence Life …

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The SHIELD Illinois saliva-based COVID-19 test Loyola has been administering to students for surveillance testing received emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) March 1. The saliva-based test is administered to Loyola …

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For 17 years, Metropolis Coffee — a coffee shop south of Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus— has served the Rogers Park and Edgewater community and students. The coffee shop has decided to temporarily close its doors …

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As freezing temperatures and snow swept across the nation the past several weeks, Loyola first-year Sophia Tran watched from Chicago as her home state of Texas suffered a record-breaking winter storm. The extreme weather left …

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During a normal school year, Loyola students have access to the Intercampus Shuttle, which takes them between Lake Shore Campus (LSC) and Water Tower Campus (WTC). For the duration of the spring 2021 semester due …

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The Rule of Law Institute, a program inspired by work at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center (JFRC), is coming to Chicago, officials announced last year.  The institute will be a part of Loyola’s School of …

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St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago usually means a green river, masses of people flocking to Downtown and to jam-packed bars. Now, for the second year in a row, the city announced the parade’s cancellation. The …