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Days after 20-year-old Ryan Bost was shot and killed in Rogers Park just blocks from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC), his family and friends are still coming to grips with the tragedy. While Chicago police …

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The journey from refugee to registered voter isn’t always an easy one. But this past October, more than a dozen Rohingya-Americans completed it when they cast their ballots for the first time in the 2020 …

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As COVID-19 cases surge in Chicago with no clear ending in sight, Loyola’s Office of the President announced Nov. 2 the university won’t be hosting an in-person ceremony for the graduating class of 2021. This …

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As classes have shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Loyola professors have been faced with a unique challenge: making sure students don’t cheat. Cheating, according to Loyola’s guidelines on academic integrity, includes obtaining or …

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The holiday season is approaching and with the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in the U.S., The Phoenix took a look at how Chicagoans can still celebrate. Here are how some of the city’s beloved events …

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Chicago goes by many names, such as the Windy City and Chi-Town, but being called the “rattiest” city is one known all too well by locals. The Second City, once again, has taken first place …

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Loyola testing centers reported 45 new coronavirus cases between Nov. 9 and Nov. 16, according to its COVID-19 Testing Dashboard. Out of the 485 tests administered this week, 9.28 percent of the tests were positive, …