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La Shawn Ford, a 1995 Loyola graduate, is looking to take his 12 years of experience in the state legislature to Illinois’ largest city as he runs for its highest seat this year. Of the …

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You’ve seen the name Daley on numerous buildings, parks and plazas in Chicago — the name of a political family who’s had a presence in the city and greater Illinois for decades. After Richard J. …

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When John Salinas was given a free meal at Smack Dab — a cafe in Rogers Park located at 6730 N. Clark St. — he said he felt a sense of normalcy again. Salinas, a …

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With only a month left until Chicago’s city election, a few dozen Loyola students and Rogers Park residents gathered at Archie’s Cafe — located at 1228 W. Loyola Ave. — near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus …

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 Criminal damage to the service door of Loyola’s Alumni House was reported to Campus Safety Jan. 17, according to Campus Safety’s Police Logs. It is unclear what and how severe the damage was. The Alumni …

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On the morning of Dec. 22, Nick Kosiek — a State Farm insurance agent in Rogers Park — had the day off work and decided to sleep in. Kosiek had kept his phone off all …

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Some of Loyola’s graduate student workers gathered for a grade-in at the Damen Student Center Tuesday afternoon to grade papers and hold office hours in an attempt to showcase the rigor of their work to …

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By the time Loyola students are settling into the swing of the spring semester, Gov. elect J.B. Pritzker will have been inaugurated as the new governor of Illinois. Promises of changes to state policy which …