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 As Chicago activists push for the city to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in place of Columbus Day, Loyola officials and student government acknowledged the native lands the university is built on. But some Loyola students …

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Someone who isn’t affiliated with Loyola entered Bellarmine Residence Hall Oct. 6, according to a Residence Life email sent Oct. 7 to the hall’s residents. The intruder, who had been previously banned from campus, entered …

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The president and vice president of the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) announced their resignations during an Oct. 5 Senate meeting due to miscommunication and tension, SGLC members said. President Margaret Bronec and Vice …

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Executive Director of Loyola’s Office for Equity and Compliance (OEC) Tim Love spoke at a student government meeting Sept. 28, addressing recent controversy over the university’s handling of sexual misconduct reports. The Student Government of …

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Ashley Parks, Loyola sophomore, said she struggled with depression throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and being in quarantine worsened her mental health struggles. “What started my mental health journey was calling [Loyola’s] mental health services and …

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Following nationwide protests in support of Black Lives Matter last summer — including months of on-campus demonstrations organized by student-led group Our Streets LUC — Loyola introduced a number of racial justice-focused organizations and resources, …

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When Loyola graduate Eric Kessler’s first year of teaching was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, he found comfort in routine walks around his neighborhood. Kessler — who said art has been a hobby of his …

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Following months of protests and gatherings by students calling for better support for Black students, the university has been working over the past year and a half to address racial issues on campus and beyond, …