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A consultant hired by Loyola to investigate a February incident in which two Loyola students were detained by Campus Safety officers has concluded the officers didn’t use excessive force, but one officer used “inappropriate control …

Students

Some Loyola students received emails impersonating the retired Dean of Libraries, the Office of the President and the Provost on May 24, according to a notice sent by James Pardonek, Loyola’s information security officer. Some …

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Loyola’s non-tenure track (NTT) faculty union reached a tentative agreement with the university Monday night, but the graduate student union — which includes teaching and research assistants from the College of Arts and Sciences — …

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Loyola first-year students Maggie O’Shea and Elisabetta Fanous united with more than 85,000 others in Union Park Saturday to raise awareness about gun violence around the country. O’Shea and Fanous, along with several speakers at …

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Voting lasts from March 22 to the 25 to pick the next student government president.

Breaking

Tensions came to a head Thursday night as more than 300 people packed into Galvin Auditorium demanding action and accountability from Loyola in the wake of a student’s arrest on campus by campus police officers. …

News

Illinois gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss spoke just a few blocks north of campus at the Heartland Cafe (7000 N. Glenwood Ave.) Saturday afternoon in an attempt to gain support from the Rogers Park community, specifically …

Campus

The tax bill signed into law by President Donald Trump late last year will affect Loyola employee payroll, including student workers. Taxability of fringe benefits — benefits given to employees instead of salary or wages — and income tax withholding will undergo changes beginning in 2018, according to a post on Loyola’s finance blog.