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As students complete their first month of the fall semester, Loyola Dining Services are preparing for their annual health and safety inspection. Dining services include Lakeshore Dining, Simpson Dining, Rambler Room, Connections Café, Center Stage …

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While thinking of skylines, technological advances, suburban areas, a diverse population and a rich history, the United States may come to mind. But Israel? Rambler Lyla Wakut experienced these aspects of Israel on a trip …

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After a yearlong assessment, the Loyola Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) board decided this summer it was time the program’s food policy underwent a complete overhaul. For years, bake sales and prepared meals have …

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Bomb threats targeted six college campuses across the country in less than one week. The University of Texas at Austin, North Dakota State University (NDSU) and Valparaiso University all received threats about possible violent acts …

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Sun., Sept. 16, 5:40 p.m. A Baumhart resident was in the bathroom when she heard someone enter her room. When she confronted the person, he said he was in the wrong room and left. He …

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Memorial services for Loyola senior John Versnel are planned for 7:30 pm Monday at Loyola’s Madonna Della Strada chapel, 1032 W. Sheridan Rd. The 21-year-old died of electrocution Saturday morning after falling onto the third …

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Attending college gives many students the opportunity to travel the world. For years, Loyola has looked for ways to incorporate this opportunity into their students’ education to make it a reality. After establishing campuses in …

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With the national debt topping $16 trillion last Wednesday, Sept. 5, money is on the mind of many students. Two-thirds of 2010 college graduates finished school facing an average debt of $25,250, according to the …