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Not speaking fluent English might soon be a steep barrier for students who want to go to Loyola. The university is ending a program that teaches English to Loyola students who don’t speak it as …

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Now that J.B Pritzker’s begun his term as governor over a State House that’s almost straight blue, he’s making legal recreational pot a priority. In a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Pritzker said he …

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A person unaffiliated with Loyola has been banned from campus after they allegedly sexually assaulted a student in Campion Residence Hall on the Lake Shore Campus two weeks ago. Loyola’s Campus Safety department learned of …

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Two student government representatives and one political outsider each laid out a vision for how to make Loyola better in the first Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) presidential debate of this election cycle Wednesday …

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Campaign season for the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) has kicked off with presidential and vice presidential tickets announced this week. The first of three debates is tonight, March 13, at 8:15 p.m. when …

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Loyola’s student government is gearing up to elect a new swath of student representatives. Elections are less than a month away, but if you’re interested in running, here’s how to get your name on the …

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Rogers Park is launching its smart policing technology program this week with the hope that it’ll help curb crime. The launch of the police tech program in the Rogers Park neighborhood, the 24th Chicago Police …

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As Chicago braces for some of the coldest weather in more than two decades, Loyola is weighing cancelling class. On Wednesday, the national weather service (NWS) is forecasting temperatures in Chicago to reach -9°F, with …