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Not many people would pass up the opportunity to play a Division I sport, but Loyola junior Baron Hahn walked away from his collegiate volleyball career at Loyola in order to become more involved in his own nonprofit organization.

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One tower would be 45 stories tall and the second would be 76 stories tall. If built, the square would be among the tallest skyscrapers in Chicago.

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      Loyola student Arnaldo Enriquez spends a lot of time on trains. The 22-year-old transfer student, majoring in political science and economics, commutes from Midlothian, a village in Cook County. His day begins …

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The newly added soda tax has stirred up much controversy. Because of its negative effect on small businesses, many would like to see it repealed.

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters has seen a shortage of male volunteers to act as mentors to young boys. This has caused many to be put on a waiting list until a mentor can be found.

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Homeless individuals were living at the Wilson and Lawrence avenue viaducts under Lake Shore Drive in an area known as “Tent City.” For the past two years, their tents were pushed against the wall to allow a passable walkway for pedestrians on the 14-feet-wide sidewalks. An eviction deadline of 7 a.m. on Sept. 18 displaced those who had called the bridges home.

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Chicago labor unions, organizers and workers marched through the Loop on Monday morning to demonstrate for better working conditions and higher wages. They protested  Gov. Bruce Rauner’s recent veto of a bill that would have …

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Chicago responding to the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, organizers estimated close to 1,500 demonstrators gathered downtown to protest white supremacy Sunday. The demonstrators called for solidarity with activists in Berkeley, California and San Francisco, …