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As the semester closes, students are looking toward next year’s plans — including how they’ll pay for tuition. But the Illinois budget impasse is leaving the fate of Monetary Award Program (MAP) grants, an important part of student financial aid, uncertain yet again.

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Loyola is hoping to increase the discussion and prevention of sexual assault this April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sexual Assault Awareness Month originated from a week of awareness created by the National Coalition Against …

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Loyola will release a gender-based violence climate survey to examine instances of sexual assault and other gender-based crimes in the Loyola community. In a campus-wide email sent March 31, Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney wrote …

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One Loyola department has recently been left out of ongoing bargaining between a non-tenure faculty member union and the university. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decided to exclude Loyola’s theology department from the union …

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Loyola alum Tim Kasckow spends his days preparing lesson plans and teaching in Lanzhou, a city in China’s northwest province Gansu. There, he teaches the English language at a college level to both undergraduate and …

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Loyola and four other Chicago-area schools are partnering with the city of Chicago to help foreign-born entrepreneurs grow businesses by hosting their companies or sponsoring their visas. Loyola, Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University, Northwestern University …

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Loyola students will soon be able to dive into the deep end with their business ideas. Loyola Limited, Loyola’s student-run business enterprise, is hoping to expand its brand by hosting a competition similar to the …

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The fraternity’s national headquarters has also suspended Loyola’s local chapter, placing it under a “cease-and-desist” order until further notice.