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As another semester at Loyola gets into full swing, students will once again have to contend against professors who don’t like their preferred way of taking notes — via laptop. Students retain more information when …

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Loyola sophomore Marii Herlinger went to de Nobili Dining Hall on the morning of Nov. 16 expecting to have a normal breakfast. But instead, she found what seemed to be a dead bug in her …

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The Department of Education (ED) recently proposed a set of policies involving Title IX — a civil rights law preventing discrimination based on sex in schools — which could require K-8 schools and universities including …

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At her assigned registration time, Leslie Owen, a first-year studying marketing, opened her laptop at her assigned registration time to find half of her planned courses closed. Owen was forced her to throw away her …

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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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From national tech giants to Loyola student groups, nationwide efforts are pushing college students to vote in the midterm elections Nov. 6. The Loyola Votes campaign has held several events encouraging students to register to …

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On the morning of Oct.16, a first-year Loyola student received a text message from her roommate with some bad news: There was an inch of water in their room on the 13th floor of Mertz …

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For the first time, some students from Arrupe College — Loyola’s associate degree school — have the opportunity to join a program allowing them to be mentored by their peers in Loyola’s Quinlan School of …