Opinion

As social distancing has become the best way to slow the rapid expansion of COVID-19 — the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus — many people have had to self-quarantine. I became one of …

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On my final day in Rome, I absorbed my favorite parts of the city — visiting the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Piazza Cavour one last time. The streets were packed despite the overcast skies. …

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It’s no secret Chicago isn’t the industrial powerhouse it once was. While the city has sustained growth in its downtown, the rest of the city hasn’t recovered from the loss of middle-class jobs on the …

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Few opportunities in college, if any, are more impactful than studying abroad. With satellite campuses in Rome and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Loyola has a strong reputation for study abroad opportunities. Despite this, some …

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Chicago’s location on the banks of Lake Michigan is part of what makes it a beautiful city. The views of sparkling blue water reflecting off the windows of buildings lining Lake Shore Drive help define …

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There are certain activities which have become synonymous with college life. Spending a late night in the library, struggling to wake up for a morning class or swiping into a dining hall are some. Having …

Club Sports

Club sports may not receive the same attention or funding as Division I sports, but it still provides an opportunity for student-athletes to showcase their athletic ability.  Two of Loyola’s club teams, football and men’s …

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The Loyola intercampus shuttle plays an integral role in the day-to-day activities of students and faculty at Loyola. Serving as the lifeline between Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park and its Water Tower Campus, …