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Disclaimer: The author of this story briefly participated in Loyola’s Dream Act campaign. Loyola recently launched a campaign to support “Dreamers” — people brought to the United States illegally as children. On Thursday, students and …

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When Alejandra Duran Arreola was 14 years old, she and her four younger siblings walked from their home town in Mexico through the Arizona desert with their mother. After crossing the border, they eventually settled …

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Stritch’s first group of DACA students entered at the start of the 2014-15 school year, and since then, Stritch has built its program to house the most concentrated community of undocumented doctoral students in the nation.

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“Build the wall” has become a rallying cry for millions of conservative Americans who feel left behind by an increasingly diverse America. And “build the wall” is exactly what a group of Loyola students did, but for a very different reason than some conservatives might.

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Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) became the first medical program in the country to allow undocumented students in its classes this semester. Seven students started classes at the university’s Maywood Campus, marking …

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Immigration reform will soon extend from the congressional agenda to student discussion as Loyola hosts the first education-focused Student Summit at a university on Immigration Reform on Feb. 22. According to Susan Haarman, Campus Ministry’s …

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Loyola University’s medical school is taking a bold stand on immigration rights: For the first time, the Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood is accepting undocumented students as doctors-in-training. The decision, announced in June, makes …