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Loyola’s Vietnam Center will remain closed to students for the spring 2022 semester, while the university’s Rome campus will remain open, the university announced in an email Sept. 21.  The Vietnam Center has been closed …

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During a storm Aug. 24, Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus experienced flooding in some residence halls and other buildings on campus, causing some students to be relocated.  The buildings affected were Fairfield Hall, Coffey Hall, Flanner …

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Two buildings on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) — the Mundelein Center for the Performing Arts and the Crown Center for the Humanities — are undergoing repairs to maintain their facades.  Work on Mundelein began …

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Testing positive for COVID-19 has now been added to the list of stressful college experiences this semester. To some, it may mean nothing more than an empty seat in class. But to those who get …

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As campus slowly returns back to normal, Loyola admitted one of its biggest first-year classes to date, with 2,865 students joining the Rambler community, according to Vice President for Enrollment Paul Roberts. Prior to the …

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Loyola’s campuses are bustling again as the university enters its fourth week of in-person classes. After nearly 18 months of online learning, professors and students alike are experiencing the changes that come with returning to …

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At approximately 2:30 a.m., a vehicular hijacking and armed robbery occurred at the intersection of North Kenmore Avenue and West Rosemont Avenue nearby Georgetown Hall, according to a crime alert sent to students by Campus …

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Loyola’s Instagram account has gone silent, sparking questions across the student body. Its last post referenced Martin Luther King day Jan. 18. Sophomore biology major Lainey O’Boyle said it’s a little strange Loyola isn’t keeping …