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A number of Loyola students were surprised by an unexpected visitor to their University 101 class on Sept. 27 — a mouse. Michael Lemenager, an 18-year-old first-year, said he and his classmates were in their …

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Students were told not to attend downtown classes Friday afternoon and “non-essential faculty and staff” were told to leave as well in an email from the Office of the Provost after the conviction of former …

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Women of many generations returned to their alma mater at Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park last weekend for the Gannon Center for Women in Leadership’s 25th anniversary celebration and Mundelein College reunion. The …

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On Sept. 22, Loyola students and visiting family members met Ashlar, the university’s new 3-year-old therapy dog. Therapy dogs on college campuses are meant to lower stress and anxiety and provide comfort for students, according …

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A Loyola student was brutally attacked — beaten, knocked to the ground and robbed — late at night while walking home from her friend’s place. While the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and Loyola’s Campus Safety department both responded, students weren’t notified by Campus Safety.

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Daniel Berrigan was a poet, author and educator, but it was his religious beliefs and activism that led him to being the first priest on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Most Wanted List.” From Sept. …

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Three local aldermen joined Inside Government, a non-partisan student organization, in a meeting Monday to provide information on local government to Loyola students. According to the City of Chicago website, the city of Chicago is …

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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.