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After years of erosion at Rogers Park beaches brought in by rising water levels, crews began a “multi-million dollar” project this week to preserve what’s left of the Lake Michigan shoreline on Chicago’s North Side. …

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Legal recreational cannabis is coming to Illinois, but Rogers Park won’t get a dispensary anytime soon.  Current medical cannabis dispensaries — 11 of which are in Chicago — can immediately start selling recreational marijuana Jan.1 …

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Loyola’s graduate student population started shrinking about seven years ago, and it hasn’t stopped since. Enrollment in both master’s and doctoral programs have declined throughout those seven years, according to the university’s enrollment statistics.  Overall …

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Although Chicago isn’t called the “Windy City” because of the wind, Loyola students might think otherwise after being nearly swept off their feet in campus wind tunnels.  Rick DiMaio — a climate change professor at …

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Nicholas Senn High School, in Edgewater near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, was sent into lockdown early Monday Nov. 18 after reports that a student brought a weapon to school, officials said. Multiple Chicago Police Department …

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Four shuttles broke down on Nov. 11 and Nov. 12 leaving students by the side of the road waiting for the next shuttle. One shuttle that broke down Tuesday evening had about 60 students on …

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In their fight for recognition as workers, students from Loyola’s Graduate Workers’ Union rallied downtown Thursday with other Chicago graduate student unions.   Reporters from The Phoenix are live in Federal Plaza as graduate students …