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In honor of Veterans Day Nov. 11, The PHOENIX spoke with several veterans and Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets at Loyola and found that their military identities influence their everyday student life.

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Not many people would pass up the opportunity to play a Division I sport, but Loyola junior Baron Hahn walked away from his collegiate volleyball career at Loyola in order to become more involved in his own nonprofit organization.

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Exams aren’t the only things keeping students up at night; some have experienced pests such as bed bugs and head lice in dorms. Earlier this semester, the Wellness Center saw cases of head lice from …

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Students can look forward to seeing a new friendly face around campus when Loyola’s new therapy dog, Santos, arrives at the end of October.

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The Donald Trump administration’s plan to rollback birth control access, along with Gov. Bruce Rauner’s signature of a bill to increase taxpayer funding of abortion procedures, sparked reactions both nationally and within the Loyola community.

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      Loyola student Arnaldo Enriquez spends a lot of time on trains. The 22-year-old transfer student, majoring in political science and economics, commutes from Midlothian, a village in Cook County. His day begins …