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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 …

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On Sept. 22, Loyola students and visiting family members met Ashlar, the university’s new 3-year-old therapy dog. Therapy dogs on college campuses are meant to lower stress and anxiety and provide comfort for students, according …

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Three local aldermen joined Inside Government, a non-partisan student organization, in a meeting Monday to provide information on local government to Loyola students. According to the City of Chicago website, the city of Chicago is …