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Shortly after the Chicago Department of Public Health announced  the city’s first confirmed case of the new coronavirus Jan. 24, Loyola’s Wellness Center sent an email to the Loyola community alerting them to the status …

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A man was shot and seriously wounded in Rogers Park Thursday evening, police said. The 33-year-old was shot around 8:25 p.m. in the 6700 block of North Bosworth Avenue — about a mile away from …

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A man was charged in the criminal sexual assault and robbery of a woman on the Red Line Jan 2., officials said. Antoine Jackson, 27, was charged with four felonies for aggravated criminal sexual abuse, …

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Following a two-year effort by Loyola’s student government, the university is offering American Sign Language classes for the first time this spring. 

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Two years ago, Gabrielle Robinson was a sophomore at Loyola serving as the chair of academic affairs in the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) when she received a suggestion from a student wanting an …

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As Loyola students settle into their routines for the spring semester, they will have to navigate yet another renovation project on campus. The newest renovation project is for the Cudahy Science Hall, located in the …

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Ride-share apps are often seen as a safer option than public transit, but they can pose their own type of threat, such as potential assault or a car crash. While Uber’s 2018 Safety Report said …

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This is an updated version of a previous story. Loyola’s leadership has once again hiked tuition significantly — despite a pledge Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney made at her 2016 inauguration to limit tuition increases …