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Like many transgender Loyola students, first-year Ian Christoferson no longer uses his female birth name. But Loyola does, and it’s still displayed on his official paperwork and student ID, which doubles as his meal card. …

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Wake up to a 6 a.m. alarm, make coffee, get bundled up and head to wait outside the mall until doors open — some might say this is what a typical day of holiday shopping …

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After more than a year of preparation, Loyola alum, Mike Olszewski, opened Onward Chicago — a casual fine-dining restaurant — near Lake Shore Campus. Onward opened on Friday, Nov. 23. It’s located at 6580 North …

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After months of speculation, the Department of Education proposed a set of policies Nov. 16 which could shape the way schools address sexual misconduct. The rules involve Title IX — a law preventing discrimination in …

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After the spring 2019 semester, Loyola students will no longer be able to study abroad at The Beijing Center (TBC), officials said. TBC seeks to provide education about China to people from other cultures and …

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Two teenagers were shot Monday night while walking down the sidewalk on the 2000 block of West Estes Avenue in Rogers Park, approximately 1.5 miles from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, police said. A person in …

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Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, chaplain of the Loyola men’s basketball team, traveled to St. Louis Nov. 17  to retrieve another award — the Musial Award for Extraordinary Character — for her collection. The Musial Awards, an …

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Early voting turnout in the 2018 midterm elections nearly doubled since the last midterms in 2014, and many college students were among those who cast their ballots before Election Day. More than 39 million people …