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Loyola’s beloved basketball chaplain Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 99, added yet another award to her collection last week — the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame award. Inductees to the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame are selected …

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Some of Loyola’s graduate students interrupted a meeting led by school officials on the university’s budget Tuesday, calling for higher wages and recognition as a union. About 15 minutes into the meeting — as Loyola’s …

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With the Rogers Park community still on edge after two shootings at the beginning of the month by a suspect still at large, students, community members and businesses share a common goal to make the …

Community

Authorities are planning to use cameras, GPS technology and new mobile phones to combat crime in Rogers Park. The Chicago Police Department’s 24th district — which covers parts of Rogers Park and Edgewater — intends …

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Loyola added two shuttles to its intercampus shuttle circulation following a record-breaking upsurge in the student population for the 2018-19 school year. But some students still aren’t satisfied. Now, 10 shuttles transport students between Loyola’s …

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Strides are being made in the fight against cancer within the halls of Loyola Medical Center. Patients could see more effective therapy as a result of new development by researchers. Loyola Medicine intends to become …

Students

Whether they’re looking for a faux fur coat, a leather skirt or vintage high-waisted jeans, thrift stores have become a one-stop shop for many Millennials, including Loyola students. According to the 2018 annual resale report …

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More than a thousand people gathered in Lincoln Park Sunday to help raise over $47,000 for eating disorder awareness at the annual National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Walk. NEDA is a nonprofit with a mission …