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Like many transgender Loyola students, first-year Ian Christoferson no longer uses his female birth name. But Loyola does, and it’s still displayed on his official paperwork and student ID, which doubles as his meal card. …

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After months of speculation, the Department of Education proposed a set of policies Nov. 16 which could shape the way schools address sexual misconduct. The rules involve Title IX — a law preventing discrimination in …

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The reward for information on the shooter who left two men dead in Rogers Park around five weeks ago has been raised from $23,000 to $150,000, police said at a Thursday press conference. The reward …

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More than a month after a spree of shootings left two men dead in Rogers Park, the Chicago Police Department will provide updates on the case at a 3:30 p.m. news conference Thursday, police said. …

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Illinois: Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded to J.B. Pritzker less than an hour after polls closed in Illinois. Pritzker, who obtained nearly 55 percent of the vote, has been an attractive candidate for younger voters …

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Sebastian Ellefson was studying public policy at Loyola in 2015 when he met his friend Alex Niemczewski, a graduate of University of Chicago, for coffee to talk over a new project. Little did they know, …

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A Loyola student shattered the front doors of Marquette Residence Hall, located at 6255 North Kenmore Avenue, with rocks around 3:30 a.m. Friday, officials said. Campus Safety responded to the incident, requesting medical attention for …

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Loyola student Amanda Huegelmann summed up the new United Nations report on the impact of climate change in a single word: “Scary.” Huegelmann, an environmental science major and co-president of Loyola’s Student Environmental Alliance (SEA), …