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…Photo: Arts and Entertainment Editor Zack Miller, ‘We Can’t Breathe’: Chicago’s George Floyd Protests Podcast: Editor-in-Chief Mary Chappell and Audio Editor Luis Mejía, The Byline: Loyola, Rome, Chicago and Coronavirus

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First-year Lia Thibault moved into a Loyola residence hall Jan. 17 and just a few days later saw other first-years flouting COVID-19 guidelines and breaking the rules of their…

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As Loyola’s sorority recruitment came to a close last week and fraternities continue the recruitment process into next week, incoming and current members have been challenged with replicating social…

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The day on-campus students had been waiting for since moving in finally arrived — their two-week quarantine is over. Since moving in mid-January, all students living in residence halls…

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…the coronavirus pandemic as the director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). He was appointed to the position in 1984 and has since been involved in…

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…the pandemic as unemployment rates soared and consumer retail spending decreased after March 2020, when the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, according to analytics platform…

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Loyola nursing major Hanaa Barakat, 21, puts on her gown, gloves and an N95 mask, layering it with a second surgical mask and face shield. Her mouth feels constricted…

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…served people experiencing symptoms and typically accommodated less than 100 people per day, according to the university’s coronavirus dashboard.  This semester, the Wellness Center plans to test 500 people a…