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Loyola and the College of Arts and Sciences non-tenure track faculty union — Loyola Faculty Forward — are at the bargaining table this month to negotiate terms for a new contract, with the current one …

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Food service workers at Loyola received a raise, additional paid time off and protection from discipline for calling off work due to COVID-19 after renegotiating their union contract this year but it’s unclear whether students …

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The dean of multiple colleges within Loyola is leaving the university by the end of June after being reassigned, officials said in an email to students. To accommodate his departure Loyola will conduct an expedited …

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As all Loyola classes transition online for the rest of the semester, some professors say their main priority is making the change as smooth as possible for students. Loyola’s administration announced March 12 via a …

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  Many Loyola employees said they were “shocked, disappointed and frustrated” when the university announced in an Oct. 9 email to faculty and staff that the employee healthcare provider will change from Blue Cross Blue …

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Many Jesuit colleges in the United States publicize the names of those serving on their board of trustees, showcasing them, for instance, on school websites. Marquette, Georgetown, Fordham, Santa Clara and Gonzaga universities are among …

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Former Loyola President the Rev. Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J., died Thursday at 95, officials said.  Baumhart — for which the residence hall on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus is named — died at the Colombiere Conference …

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Adam Driks, a professor in Loyola’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology in the Stritch School of Medicine, died June 6 from an immune system disease. Driks is remembered by his family and the Loyola community …