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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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When Maria Hadden worked with participatory budgeting in Rogers Park, she said her friends and colleagues would often ask her, “Maria, when are you running for office?”, but she didn’t consider it seriously until March …

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At this point in the semester, your planner is probably full of important dates and deadlines, but there are a few more dates you should add if you haven’t already: Oct. 11, Oct. 23 and …

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Chicago voters didn’t let incumbent Mayor Rahm Emanuel go home with the top City Hall seat, and the mayor will be facing candidate Jesus “Chuy” Garcia in a runoff election April 7. With about 45 …

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It was a big win for the Republican Party in these midterm elections. As of press time, Republicans had gained seven seats in the Senate and 10 seats in the House of Representatives. Although most …

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The Phoenix speaks with Democratic candidate Pat Quinn and Libertarian candidate Chad Grimm. Republic candidate Bruce Rauner did not respond to Phoenix requests.   When Chad Grimm answered the phone, he was just getting to …

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The Phoenix speaks with Democratic candidate Pat Quinn and Libertarian candidate Chad Grimm. Republican candidate Bruce Rauner did not respond to Phoenix requests.   When The Loyola Phoenix spoke with current Illinois Governor Patrick Quinn, …

Staff Editorial

Chances are you have liked a Facebook post, favorited a tweet or hearted a photo on Instagram today. But what are the odds you’ll cast a ballot in the midterm elections next week? They’re most …