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By the time Loyola students are settling into the swing of the spring semester, Gov. elect J.B. Pritzker will have been inaugurated as the new governor of Illinois. Promises of changes to state policy which …

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The Department of Education (ED) recently proposed a set of policies involving Title IX — a civil rights law preventing discrimination based on sex in schools — which could require K-8 schools and universities including …

Men's Basketball

The Loyola men’s basketball team (5-3) got back in the win column Saturday afternoon as it defeated cross-town rival University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) 73-64 at Credit Union 1 Arena in Chicago’s West Loop. …

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A student at Loyola has been diagnosed with a probable case of mumps, according to an email sent to students by Loyola’s Wellness Center Nov. 28. The student diagnosed lives off campus, the Wellness Center …

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At her assigned registration time, Leslie Owen, a first-year studying marketing, opened her laptop at her assigned registration time to find half of her planned courses closed. Owen was forced her to throw away her …

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When Ugochukwu Okere was studying social work and political science his sophomore year at Loyola, he decided he wanted to work in government.  Okere didn’t waste any time and started campaigning for alderman of Chicago’s …

Women's Soccer

Junior defensive midfielder Madison Laudeman was a dominant defensive presence throughout the season and a deciding factor in Loyola women’s soccer’s success. Loyola’s season came to an end Nov. 9 after losing to Florida State …

Men's Basketball

Loyola has now seen two programs reach NCAA Tournaments within the past nine months — men’s basketball last March and, most recently, the women’s soccer team. Director of Athletics Steve Watson pointed to the achievements …