Student Government

Campaign season for the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) has kicked off with presidential and vice presidential tickets announced this week. The first of three debates is tonight, March 13, at 8:15 p.m. when …

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Nationally, college students are more likely to use campus mental health resources compared to years past, a recent study showed. In response, Loyola’s Wellness Center staff has grown and adjusted its processes in order to …

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Every week, Students for Reproductive Justice (SRJ) stocks a number of women’s, men’s and gender neutral bathrooms on campus with menstrual hygiene products only to frequently find the products in the men’s and gender neutral …

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As its student body grows, Loyola added two new shuttles to its intercampus shuttle service this school year to increase the service’s efficiency. However, some students say the new additions don’t measure up the rest …

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Loyola’s department of University of Marketing and Communication (UMC) drafted a change to its media policy, following editorials by The Phoenix Editorial Board which voiced concern over the previous media policy. The department revised the …

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A Loyola shuttle was hit by another vehicle on its way to Loyola’s Water Tower Campus (WTC) Monday afternoon, university officials said. No students were injured and the shuttle was minimally damaged, university spokesperson Evangeline …

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In association with the 150th anniversary of Loyola’s opening, President Jo Ann Rooney announced Monday the launch of the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health which will be a new school and independent …

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Loyola senior Eunice Montenegro studies information technology and said she’s grateful Loyola has a higher percentage of female science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) graduates and professors than other universities. About 48 percent of Loyola’s …