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Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt took home Loyola’s highest honor, the Sword of Loyola, at the Founders’ Dinner Sept. 12. The Sword of Loyola is awarded to individuals who hold the spiritual qualities of St. Ignatius, according …

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Loyola’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously Thursday to approve the construction of a $47 million residence hall, according to an email from Kana Henning, Loyola’s associate vice president for facilities. The 145,000 square foot residence …

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Former second lady Jill Biden had students and staff laughing with her by the end of her appearance at Loyola’s annual Founders’ Dinner event Wednesday in Kasbeer Hall on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus. The Founders’ …

Students

Universities across the country, including Loyola, could soon see changes to the way they handle sexual misconduct allegations, according to a recent report by The New York Times. The proposed rules were obtained by The …

Staff Editorial

Midterm elections don’t get the credit they deserve. While presidential elections have usually drawn the biggest voter turnout numbers, midterms have always proven to be just as consequential — yet their turnout numbers are dismal. …

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Loyola students will have more choices within the Greek Life community following the establishment of two new organizations. The new sorority, Kappa Delta, and the new fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi, are recruiting this fall for …

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With the #MeToo movement recognizing the issue of sexual assault, Loyola continues to implement its own measures for sexual assault prevention through its annual bystander training. Loyola’s Wellness Center and police department run two safety …

Campus

Administrators in Loyola’s student diversity office responded to alleged “exclusive language and behavior” last spring, according to an email sent by the office’s director, which was later obtained by The Phoenix. The exact nature of …