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For some students, college is a place where they can make their own decisions. For others, parents track their locations, making it difficult to be independent.

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Loyola junior Samad said he was studying in the Information Commons (IC) when he decided to take a quick break and grab dinner with a friend. That’s when he said he received a call from …

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About 100 Loyola tenured professors — full-time instructors with job security and research requirements — plan to accept a buyout from the university that would pay them two times their annual salary if they choose …

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Marcos Sandoval — a senior at Nicholas Senn High School in Edgewater — hasn’t been in school for more than a week due to approximately 32,000 teachers across the city on strike. He said he’s …

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The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teacher strike is preventing more than 300,000 children from attending classes as their teachers walk picket lines, pushing for better wages and better resources for their students.  The walkout has …

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) — an arm of the federal government that enforces labor laws — may stop recognizing graduate students at private universities as workers, which could impact Loyola’s graduate student union’s …

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Loyola recently offered tenured faculty members — full-time professors with job security and research requirements — a sum of money if they choose to leave at the end of the school year. Certain tenured faculty …

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From proofreading assignments to finding trustworthy sources for class essays, being a college student can be tough. Luckily, there are faculty members at Loyola whose jobs are to help students navigate everything that takes place …