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Loyola’s had a total of ten confirmed COVID-19 cases since testing began in early July, according to the university’s coronavirus dashboard.  This means the university has seen two new confirmed cases since Sept. 15 when …

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Students congregated on campus Sept. 11 to listen to their fellow classmates give speeches, read poetry and share their experiences of what it’s like to be Black student at Loyola.  The event was organized by …

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Rogers Park resident Jason Saini said he was enjoying the night on his deck when he saw what looked like “a fast-moving cloud” coming over the trees. His wife corrected him, pointing out some fire …

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Update: Some of the charges mentioned in this story have since been dropped. Read the latest story here. Seven protestors supporting the Black Lives Matter movement were detained by the Chicago Police Department (CPD) near …

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Loyola administrator Jennifer Clark said her favorite thing about living in Rogers Park is the large trees that line the sidewalk. She’s lived in the neighborhood for 17 years and said she’s never seen as …

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About a hundred Loyola students took to the streets for the second consecutive day to demand Loyola cut ties with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and better support students of color.  The protestors plan to …

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Chicago’s first tornado in recent years touched down in Rogers Park Aug. 10, officials said.  The tornado moved over Lake Michigan, making it a waterspout. It was part of a series of storms that caused …

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Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney reaffirmed her support for her administration’s decision to move forward with a controversial 3.1 percent tuition increase for this coming academic year, despite an uproar from parents and students.  Next …