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As the school year starts, many Loyola students will join 1.59 million Chicagoans on the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) trains and buses. While the CTA can be a convenient way to explore the city or …

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Since the Chicago Climate Action Plan was adopted in 2008, the city has worked to motivate its residents to commit to a sustainable lifestyle. Changes have included the construction of energy efficient buildings, the promotion …

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President Donald J. Trump campaigned on the promise to expel illegal immigrants from the nation. Under President Obama, undocumented students were protected, but that could change.

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Although the Magis Scholarship and Metropolis Coffee referenda received the majority of student votes (70 percent and 85 percent, respectively), their future is still uncertain. Here’s what’s up next for the two initiatives. What happens after students vote for referenda? Now …

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Feb. 24 marks the mayoral elections for Chicago, but early elections have already begun at various voting locations. This election works a little differently than elections elsewhere, so here is your guide to how it …

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We’re a month and a half into the semester, already bogged down with tests, papers and exams. Who has time for love? You do, that’s who. What better way to mix romance and academics this …

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Although the German political group PEGIDA was formed last year, it has received a steady amount of attention from the European press. However, after last week’s terrorist attacks in France, the group has made even more headlines. What is PEGIDA? PEGIDA …

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Online newspapers may be becoming more popular, but it is still important to know the format of a print paper and how you can get your opinion published in one. What are the different parts …