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This past Monday Oct. 12 was Indigenous Peoples’ Day — a holiday celebrating and honoring Native peoples while acknowledging the legacy of settler colonialism and ethnic cleansing that’s decimated Native populations.

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The second Monday of every October is Indigenous Peoples Day — though some states and cities such as Illinois and Chicago continue to celebrate it as Columbus Day. Loyola’s administration has yet to officially recognize …

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The world has just over seven years before the effects of climate change become irreversible, according to a new clock in Manhattan’s Union Square. A commendable measure? Maybe, but the clock’s message is misplaced. Sitting …

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In March 1963, Loyola University Chicago made nationwide headlines when its men’s basketball team, the Loyola Ramblers, beat the Cincinnati Bobcats 60-58 in the final round of the NCAA championship. Their victory marked a turning point in the history of college basketball and the civil rights movement. Never before had an integrated college team starting four Black players on a five-man squad gone on to win a national title.

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I was stumped coming up with something to write about this week — and as I scrolled on my phone aimlessly in the morning it hit me. With Filipino American History Month starting Oct. 1 and Hispanic Heritage Month — lasting Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 — still in full swing, I felt this piece would be the best way to kick off the celebration of my cultures.

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In the last few days of International Women’s Friendship Month, I’m having difficulty understanding how one social media post is diminishing the relationship myself and many others have with Kappa Delta (KD) sorority. The sorority that gave us leadership, friendship and a better understanding of values has seemingly forgotten what it stands for in the wake of the Supreme Court nomination process.

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While the first presidential debate Sept. 29 left many viewers struggling to grasp more than a few sentences over the often cacophonic battle for the mic, one moment could be heard loud and clear by …

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In a year defined by a divisive presidential election, racism and a global pandemic, never has there been a time where credible news was needed more. Despite this, there seems to be a lack of consensus on what the facts are that grip our country today.