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Many college students might say booze is what breaks their bank account, but students in Illinois are better off than their peers in other states. Illinois has the cheapest beer prices in the nation, according …

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When Loyola first-year Marco Useche was 10 years old, his mom picked him up from a friend’s birthday party and he was surprised to see his dad wasn’t with her. That’s when Useche said he …

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For Loyola student Seliah McCasland, the nearly month-long partial federal government shutdown means more than a failed agreement on the federal budget. Instead, it means a canceled backpacking trip, a Christmas Eve spent away from …

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Wake up to a 6 a.m. alarm, make coffee, get bundled up and head to wait outside the mall until doors open — some might say this is what a typical day of holiday shopping …

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After months of speculation, the Department of Education proposed a set of policies Nov. 16 which could shape the way schools address sexual misconduct. The rules involve Title IX — a law preventing discrimination in …

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Early voting turnout in the 2018 midterm elections nearly doubled since the last midterms in 2014, and many college students were among those who cast their ballots before Election Day. More than 39 million people …

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Illinois: Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded to J.B. Pritzker less than an hour after polls closed in Illinois. Pritzker, who obtained nearly 55 percent of the vote, has been an attractive candidate for younger voters …

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Loyola student Amanda Huegelmann summed up the new United Nations report on the impact of climate change in a single word: “Scary.” Huegelmann, an environmental science major and co-president of Loyola’s Student Environmental Alliance (SEA), …