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In the last year, Loyola teamed up with Students for Reproductive Justice (SRJ) to provide free pads and tampons for all students who menstruate.  Previously, SRJ — an unofficial student organization which promotes resources for …

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Loyola’s most recent policy change bans all forms of smoking on campus starting this fall semester.   With in-person classes coming back to campus, the university released more information on its new smoke-free policy July 16 …

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Loyola announced May 17 students who are fully vaccinated and have uploaded their vaccine card will no longer be required to participate in surveillance testing, starting May 23. Students who plan to be on campus …

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First-year Lia Thibault moved into a Loyola residence hall Jan. 17 and just a few days later saw other first-years flouting COVID-19 guidelines and breaking the rules of their mandatory quarantines to meet up with …

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Paulina Aragon had only recently moved to the Bay Area of California. Her sister, a sophomore, had moved out to Chicago and she just started taking classes online. But just as things were becoming routine, …

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While most students have been preparing for the start of the semester by ordering textbooks and fixing irregular sleep schedules, Loyola’s Wellness Center has undergone major changes to deal with COVID-19, including hiring contact tracers …

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As a follow up to a leg-day workout, The Phoenix has curated a workout geared toward strengthening your arms. With the outbreak of COVID-19 still running rampant across the country, it’s still unknown when gyms …

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If you’re looking for something to do between hours of Netflix binge-watching and Zoom lectures, The Phoenix has outlined a series of exercises you can do while stuck in your homes during quarantine — starting …