Chicago

As the semester closes, students are looking toward next year’s plans — including how they’ll pay for tuition. But the Illinois budget impasse is leaving the fate of Monetary Award Program (MAP) grants, an important part of student financial aid, uncertain yet again.

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Loyola students marched with demonstrators in Chicago’s March for Science on April 22, one of hundreds of similar rallies held across the country to show support for the scientific community.

Community

A community forum on April 17 encouraged residents of Rogers Park to take action against the proposed Concord at Sheridan development.   The Say No to Rogers Park Target Coalition, which consists of the Jane …

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The Edgewater Historical Society has created a petition to help grant landmark status to the nearly century-old Woodruff Arcade Building in the hopes of saving it from demolition.

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On Saturday mornings, while most of their friends are still asleep, a group of Loyola students travels to Chicago’s South Side. They grab their cups of coffee and pack thick binders before climbing into buses …

Campus

One Loyola department has recently been left out of ongoing bargaining between a non-tenure faculty member union and the university. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decided to exclude Loyola’s theology department from the union …

Community

Rent in Rogers Park keeps going up, but it still has a lower-than-average housing cost than most other Chicago neighborhoods, according to city of Chicago data. The median rent in Rogers Park for all apartments …