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Loyola students studying at the John Felice Rome Center (JFRC) who are in Paris are safe and have been accounted for following the series of attacks on Nov. 13. Cynthia Bomben, associate dean of students …

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Tattoos have been around for centuries, dating back more than 5,000 years to Ötzi, Europe’s oldest preserved mummy found in 1991 with 61 tattoos. But the tattoo taboo of recent history is decreasing. More than …

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Scheduling can be a student’s worst nightmare, especially with so many options to choose from. Among all those classes, there are a few special snowflakes that may tickle your fancy. Don’t have room in your …

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The semester is in full swing, and it’s flying by. October is creeping up on us, and that means Halloween and — even scarier than Halloween — midterm exams. While it’s important to keep organized, …

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BY KRISTA WATSON, AMANDA MCDONALD For Loyola students studying abroad at the John Felice Rome Center (JFRC), there’s one thing on campus to remind them of home: construction. Just as the Water Tower Campus finished work …

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The moment students have a second of downtime, it’s not books they rush to; it’s their phones. We check social media, read the news or send messages to a friend, often using applications, or “apps.” …

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Don’t graduate regretting you never studied abroad. Loyola makes studying abroad an option for all students. With three international campuses and more than 100 international programs in 66 countries, students have a world of choices – …

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Freshmen bring a ton of unnecessary crap to college, taking up precious limited space with tacky floor lamps and shoes that will never be worn. The Phoenix (in partnership with the fabulous Internet) is here …