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Loyola students will have more choices within the Greek Life community following the establishment of two new organizations. The new sorority, Kappa Delta, and the new fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi, are recruiting this fall for …

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With the #MeToo movement recognizing the issue of sexual assault, Loyola continues to implement its own measures for sexual assault prevention through its annual bystander training. Loyola’s Wellness Center and police department run two safety …

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Eight Loyola students were sent a notice from Residence Life on Tuesday to evacuate from four double rooms in Marquette Hall and Marquette South Hall due to flooding. The evacuations took place two days after …

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An email suspected by some students to be a phishing scam from Loyola’s Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) has been confirmed as an official university email by Troy Stephens Jr., coordinator of sorority and …

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As the school year starts, many Loyola students will join 1.59 million Chicagoans on the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) trains and buses. While the CTA can be a convenient way to explore the city or …

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Centennial Forum buzzed with first-years and transfer students Saturday and Monday as students registered to vote in conjunction with Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) U-Pass distribution for the first time. The event was part of a …

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Increased phishing and other security incidents over the past year have caused Loyola officials to consider taking more extreme measures to protect private information. Loyola Information Security Officer James Pardonek said the department is considering …

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For the third year in a row, Loyola will welcome its largest class on record with 2,924 students enrolled. At this time last year, dean of admissions Erin Moriarty said 2,807 students were enrolled but …