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Many Loyola parents have probably gotten them — persistent calls asking for donations, but what many people aren’t aware of is that these calls gather about a quarter of the university’s budget. There may be …

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Owning or finding a car in the city can be a hassle for students. In an effort to make cars more affordable and accessible, Loyola is forming a new partnership with a company that helps …

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A woman was taken to an area hospital after running into traffic and jumping on the hood of a car near North Sheridan Road and West Loyola Avenue, according to Blaire Hayden, the driver of …

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An increased risk of rip currents along Lake Michigan this weekend could be a danger to swimmers. Two teens were pulled out of the lake Saturday morning when firefighters received a report that two people …

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A 35-year-old Chicago police officer was shot in the knee late Wednesday night while patrolling the area near 112th Street and Racine Avenue on the Far South Side. The officer and a fellow member of …

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Tim Cunningham, the student liaison officer of Campus Safety, shared these tips with The Phoenix. Residence Halls 1. Always keep residence hall room doors locked, even when you are inside. Keep an inventory of valuable …

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The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) will be doing repairs on several El stops throughout the city. For the next few months, many of them will occur on the Red Line as part of the CTA’s …

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1. NATO Summit comes to McCormick Place Chicago spent $1 million on security and riot-control equipment when it hosted the NATO Summit in May. Mayor Rahm Emanuel ordered eight-foot tall security fencing around downtown. Read …