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Students congregated on campus Sept. 11 to listen to their fellow classmates give speeches, read poetry and share their experiences of what it’s like to be Black student at Loyola.  The event was organized by …

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About a hundred Loyola students took to the streets for the second consecutive day to demand Loyola cut ties with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and better support students of color.  The protestors plan to …

Coronavirus

The Trump administration abruptly rescinded a policy that would have barred international students from studying in the United States if their classes were entirely online — a policy that alarmed some members of the Loyola …

Campus

Loyola officials announced tuition will still be raised for the fall semester despite plans for a hybrid of in-person and online courses.  A 3.1 percent tuition increase was originally announced in January, and will be …

Campus

This summer, Loyola’s incoming students won’t be able to tour Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus or try out on-campus dining halls during their orientation experience, due to it being entirely online. Instead, they will participate in …

Campus

In the wake of George Floyd’s death and allegations of police brutality in Chicago and around the country, current and former students have started online petitions calling for Loyola to end tuition discounts for CPD …

Coronavirus

Loyola joined the list of universities grappling with lawsuits in the wake of wide-spread campus closures due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  A Loyola undergraduate student’s mother, Andreea Gociman, filed a class action complaint against …

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It’s been almost a month since students vacated campus and all classes moved online — and since Loyola student Milo Keranen started an online petition for Loyola to lower tuition for this spring semester. The …