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All students in Simpson Living-Learning Center were evacuated Saturday evening following flooding caused by broken pipes, according to an email sent to Simpson residents by the Department of Resident Life. The water leakage was the …

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Despite inches of snowfall, hundreds of people attended the youth-organized and youth-lead Chicago Young Women’s March Rally Saturday morning at Federal Plaza in the Loop. While an official Women’s March wasn’t organized in Chicago, this …

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The Department of Education (ED) recently proposed a set of policies involving Title IX — a civil rights law preventing discrimination based on sex in schools — which could require K-8 schools and universities including …

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A burglary occurred in Mertz Hall Nov. 26 by an unknown suspect, officials said. A suspect entered Mertz Residence Hall, located at 1125 W. Loyola Ave., by “piggy-backing,” meaning they didn’t swipe an ID card …

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After more than a year of preparation, Loyola alum, Mike Olszewski, opened Onward Chicago — a casual fine-dining restaurant — near Lake Shore Campus. Onward opened on Friday, Nov. 23. It’s located at 6580 North …

Film & TV

A black teenage girl struggles with racial identity and tensions in “The Hate U Give,” directed by George Tillman Jr. (“Soul Food,” Men of Honor”). Based off of the book by New York Times best-selling …

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Loyola added two shuttles to its intercampus shuttle circulation following a record-breaking upsurge in the student population for the 2018-19 school year. But some students still aren’t satisfied. Now, 10 shuttles transport students between Loyola’s …

Students

Blasts from exploding bombs. Gunshots from the rifles of government soldiers. 7 p.m. curfews enforced on an entire city. According to Lana Aldos, these were normal occurrences in her life in Daraa, Syria before being …