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Chicagoans toughed out the cold yet again Saturday as thousands of protestors gathered at Grant Park (337 E. Randolph St.) for the third Chicago Women’s March. The Chicago Women’s March is just part of the …

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As Chicagoans brace for another winter storm, Loyola students will likely to begin their first weekend of the semester with snow on the ground. Snow is expected to reach Chicago around 5 p.m. Friday and …

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Recent storms greatly damaged two Rogers Park beaches — Howard Beach Park and Rogers Beach Park — causing city officials to block off the remaining beach from the lake using rocks and concrete.  Heavy rains …

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Loyola’s Board of Trustees approved an undergraduate tuition increase of 3.1 percent for the 2020-21 academic year, officials announced Thursday.  The tuition rate, which will go into effect in the fall, is a $1,370 increase …

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A man fell to his death from the 7th floor of the Water Tower Place shopping complex near Loyola’s Water Tower Campus Wednesday evening, police said. The 25-year-old fell to the ground floor at about …

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The new decade began with a step forward for transgender and gender nonconforming people, as a new Illinois law requiring all public, single-occupant restrooms to be labeled as all-gender took effect Jan. 1.  Termed the …

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When Loyola student Charles Nuwagaba received an email last year in February notifying him he was a finalist for a humanitarian award that came with $100,000, he didn’t flinch. In fact, he deleted the email, …