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Loyola graduates James Egan and Roman Krasnitsky — both of whom were enrolled in St. Joseph College Seminary for around two years before leaving the seminary and becoming full-time Loyola students — recently founded The …

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After a crowded 14-person race for Chicago’s mayoral seat, Toni Preckwinkle and Lori Lightfoot will face each other in a runoff election April 2 to become Chicago’s first African-American, female mayor. Current mayor Rahm Emanuel …

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Rogers Park residents attended watch parties to keep up with the aldermanic elections as results were tallied. Newcomer Maria Hadden defeated 28-year incumben Joe Moore in a highly anticipated aldermanic election for the 49th ward, …

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Aurora — a far western suburb of Chicago with over 200,000 residents — is about an hour’s drive from Loyola University’s Lake Shore Campus when traffic is light. But to Loyola students who hail from …

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With less than a week left before the Feb. 26 Chicago elections, the two candidates vying to represent the 49th Ward, covering much of Rogers Park and Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, are going at it …

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In his latest run for public office, 1985 Loyola Law School graduate Gery Chico is hoping his experience as a city official will get him elected as mayor in Chicago’s Feb. 26 election. A Chicago …

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“Chicago, USA” — if Illinois Rep. Brad Halbrook’s house resolution in the Illinois General Assembly is successful, students in future geography classes could have one more state added to their map quizzes. On Feb. 7, …

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Chicago’s cold snap left many with frostbite and, for a select few, with burns. Nearly two weeks ago, a bitter cold front called a “Polar Vortex” swept through Chicago. The sub-zero temperatures kept students home …