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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 …

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Inigo Communications and the Loyola Public Health Club are partnering to launch an anti-vaping campaign for the American Heart Association (AHA) to circulate in Maywood, IL, home to Loyola’s Medical Center.   The program strives to …

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The Rev. Tom Tobin, S.J., a well-respected, long-time Loyola faculty member died suddenly Aug. 30 at 74 years old, according to an email sent out by the university Sept. 2. He taught theology at Loyola …

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Students congregated on campus Sept. 11 to listen to their fellow classmates give speeches, read poetry and share their experiences of what it’s like to be Black student at Loyola.  The event was organized by …

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After a complex series of storms swept through Rogers Park Aug. 10, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) released a community alert advising residents to be aware of a possible tree-trimming scam in the area. Three …

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Rogers Park resident Jason Saini said he was enjoying the night on his deck when he saw what looked like “a fast-moving cloud” coming over the trees. His wife corrected him, pointing out some fire …

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Update: Some of the charges mentioned in this story have since been dropped. Read the latest story here. Seven protestors supporting the Black Lives Matter movement were detained by the Chicago Police Department (CPD) near …