Campus

Loyola’s environmental efforts reach beyond the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES). The university recently received recognition for its multiple projects combating climate change in the Rogers Park and Edgewater area.

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Ideas for better cancer treatment constantly come up, but actually discovering and developing such a treatment is incredibly rare. One Loyola professor is working toward unlocking the next big cancer therapy using the bacteria that live in our bodies.

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Loyola kicked off its annual Waste Week on Feb. 20 with Food Waste Frenzy, hosted by a partnership of groups — the Growers’ Guild, Student Environmental Alliance and the Food Recovery Network Loyola. Waste Week …

Community

Stephanie Hayes, 65, has been living at the Caroline Hedger Apartments in Rogers Park for more than three years. She said the building’s community room is a hub for socialization for the senior citizen residents, …

Community

The City of Chicago gave residents a new answer to the “paper or plastic?” question. On Feb. 1, the plastic and paper bag tax took effect in all wards across the city of Chicago, requiring …

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Free the Slaves Loyola kicked off its annual week of Human Trafficking Awareness with an informational event in the Damen Den on Feb. 13. Human trafficking is a common crime, affecting millions of people worldwide …

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Loyola University Chicago held an immigrant rights workshop Feb. 1 in the midst of the national debate over immigration policy addressed in President Donald J. Trump’s recent executive orders. The workshop comes after Trump’s contentious …

News

Some residents of Rogers Park expressed anger about a proposed mixed-use development at 49th Ward Alderman Joe Moore’s community meeting Jan 30.