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While Loyola added Juuls and other e-cigarettes to its campus smoking policy this fall, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is pursuing a fight to take them out of the hands of minors —  and possibly off the market completely.

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Loyola’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously Thursday to approve the construction of a $47 million residence hall, according to an email from Kana Henning, Loyola’s associate vice president for facilities. The 145,000 square foot residence …

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Administrators in Loyola’s student diversity office responded to alleged “exclusive language and behavior” last spring, according to an email sent by the office’s director, which was later obtained by The Phoenix. The exact nature of …

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This semester, faith-based student organizations will continue serving hundreds of religious students on Loyola’s campus. Although Loyola is a Jesuit Catholic university, students are involved in multiple practicing religious groups, according to the Campus Ministry …

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Some students might face longer commutes after an Aug. 31 email from Loyola Transportation Services advised students to take the Chicago Transportation Authority (CTA) Red Line Train instead of driving or taking the bus due …

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Officers from Loyola’s police force are now required to wear body cameras, following a decision made by university president Jo Ann Rooney. But a Loyola spokesperson said students likely won’t see footage under most circumstances. …

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A Loyola student was killed after a motorcycle accident in Oakland County, Michigan Aug. 24. Ana (Sofia) Vega De La Fuente, 20, died as a result of injuries sustained in the crash, according to an …

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Loyola’s Richard J. Klarchek Information Commons (IC) was renamed to the Loyola Information Commons late this summer when an agreement between Loyola and Klarchek was terminated. The IC is one of Loyola’s most iconic buildings, …