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The journey from refugee to registered voter isn’t always an easy one. But this past October, more than a dozen Rohingya-Americans completed it when they cast their ballots for the first time in the 2020 …

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As COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths increase in Illinois, public health officials worry the state is headed in the wrong direction as people are growing tired of following public health guidelines telling them to keep …

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About a hundred poll workers from Chicago’s 49th and 50th Wards have been stuck waiting in line outside of Sullivan High School (6631 N. Bosworth Ave.) in Rogers Park for hours. The workers — who …

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Loyola fifth-year Jeff Krudys was enjoying the night walking his dog in his wheelchair near the Lincoln Park Conservatory Oct. 6. As he began to cross North Stockton Drive, he saw headlights approaching quickly. Before …

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With the 2020 election just around the corner and the pandemic still in full swing, voting in this election will look different. Officials in Chicago are encouraging people to vote early or by mail in …

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Having a doctor for a dad sure comes in handy during a global pandemic.  A professor at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine has developed a coronavirus testing program for his children’s school district in La …

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, people have adapted celebrations and holidays to a new normal — and Halloween won’t be an exception.  Halloween isn’t canceled — however, the public will need to follow guidelines …

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With less than a month left until the general election, student political groups at Loyola have changed some of their tactics due to the COVID-19 pandemic — including a greater reliance on technology rather than …