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A coyote was captured just half a mile from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus March 25, authorities said. At approximately 12:11 p.m., Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers arrived at 6400 N. Newgard Ave. after receiving reports …

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Loyola students, led by student group Our Streets LUC, marched through the streets surrounding Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) March 28 calling for the university to better support Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) …

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In the coming weeks, four Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Red Line stations Loyola students and Edgewater residents frequent are closing for full demolition. The Argyle, Bryn Mawr, Lawrence and Berwyn stations will be completely renovated …

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Although Loyola’s website says anyone visiting campus is required to be tested regularly for COVID-19, some people who work at the university — including more than a hundred custodians — haven’t been able to participate …

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In its most recent report, Preservation Chicago listed Chicago’s lakefront as part of its 2021 “Chicago 7 most endangered” list and called for the city to pursue a national park designation for all of Chicago’s …

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For 17 years, Metropolis Coffee — a coffee shop south of Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus— has served the Rogers Park and Edgewater community and students. The coffee shop has decided to temporarily close its doors …

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The Phoenix staff came away from the Illinois College Press Association’s annual convention Feb. 19-20 with 25 awards and honors, including second place in the sweepstakes category which is calculated with the total points earned …

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The night after John Reo Bowden received the second does of the Pfizer vaccine he said he experienced weird dreams, muscle soreness and other symptoms that can be expected after the shots. However, Bowden, a …