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Three publishing companies — Pearson Education, McGraw-Hill Education and Cengage Learning — sued Follett in June, according to EdSurge, an online source that provides news and research about learning technology. The companies accused Follett of buying illegally-reproduced materials from various smaller distribution companies, a practice which would keep the original publishers from receiving the money they should be owed.

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Loyola University prides itself on its diversity and inclusivity, yet according to its 2016-17 diversity report, only 17 percent of its faculty were of a minority background. First-year Loyola student Nikita Mahay seemed initially satisfied …

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Empty retail space beneath the Hampton Inn Chicago North-Loyola Station, located on North Sheridan Road, will soon welcome three new restaurants as construction is set to begin this fall. Loyola’s assistant vice president of Capital …