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A fire across the street from Campion Hall on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus left one man dead from burns Tuesday morning. The fire occurred at the 6600 block of N. Sheridan. The 60-year-old man was …

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About 40 people gathered in Cuneo Hall Monday afternoon to listen to sexual violence prevention advocates and professors discuss perspectives on sexual violence in an event called “#MeToo, Now What?” The Committee on Diversity Affairs …

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A person unaffiliated with Loyola has been banned from campus after they allegedly sexually assaulted a student in Campion Residence Hall on the Lake Shore Campus two weeks ago. Loyola’s Campus Safety department learned of …

Student Government

In another student government election facing low voter turnout, Kathleen Meis and Mario Guerrero emerged victorious and will serve as Student Government of Loyola Chicago’s (SGLC) president and vice president next school year. Student voter …

Crime

Loyola’s police force has sent seven emails this academic year notifying the Loyola community about crimes which have occurred on or near campus. While the purpose of crime alert emails from Loyola’s police force is …

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Thomas Engeman, who taught political science at Loyola for almost 35 years, died March 11, leaving those close to him remembering a generous and curious man. Engeman was influential in the university’s political science program, …

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Loyola and the father of a Chicago Public Schools (CPS) student are in the midst of a lawsuit over who’s responsible after the student was injured on Loyola’s Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC) in 2017. …

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In February, mayoral hopefuls Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle rose above 12 other candidates on the ballot, capturing 17.5 percent and 16 percent of the vote share respectively, according to the Chicago Board of Elections. …