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A press release published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Feb. 2 received widespread backlash primarily because it claimed that for any woman, drinking “too much” could lead to “injuries/violence,” “sexually …

Campus

Jordan Goodmanson thumbs through his Facebook feed on his phone. Within 20 seconds, he’s exposed to two ads. He scrolls further down the page. A video ad for a gym begins auto-playing on the small …

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In an email sent to the Loyola community Feb. 8, interim President John Pelissero asked the entire student body to call, tweet and connect with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to pressure him into signing legislation …

Campus

Tough economic times don’t phase entrepreneurs. While small-business owners think Illinois’ economy shows no signs of turning around in the upcoming year, they still hope to successfully expand and grow their businesses, according to the Chicagoland …

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The Magis Scholarship Fund was officially and unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees’ finance committee on Dec. 1. The fund, which provides scholarships for undocumented students who are unable to secure federal-provided funds for …

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Of the 249 students who allegedly violated Loyola’s alcohol policies in residence halls between Aug. 20 and Oct. 20 of this year, 80 students, or approximately 32 percent, were reported in Georgetown Hall at the …

Film & TV

You might learn something from The Big Short — if you’re lucky. The Big Short, set to hit theaters Dec. 23, is billed as the “true story” of the 2008 market crisis and is based …

Campus

It was St. Patrick’s day and a group of first-years had just gotten back to Mertz Hall from downtown festivities. There were nine of them in a room with a technical capacity of eight people.The …