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Universities across the country, including Loyola, could soon see changes to the way they handle sexual misconduct allegations, according to a recent report by The New York Times. The proposed rules were obtained by The …

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With the #MeToo movement recognizing the issue of sexual assault, Loyola continues to implement its own measures for sexual assault prevention through its annual bystander training. Loyola’s Wellness Center and police department run two safety …

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As Loyola students start the fall semester, one familiar face will be missing: Santos, Loyola’s therapy dog. The lovable canine will transition out of his role while maintaining a limited presence on campus, according to …

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The Wellness Center is experiencing a rise in student visits due to the increase of flu activity across campus. This season’s influenza outbreak has caused numerous hospitalizations and deaths, according to the Centers for Disease …

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Students can look forward to seeing a new friendly face around campus when Loyola’s new therapy dog, Santos, arrives at the end of October.

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After a semester that saw 76 reported cases of gender-based violence — which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking — nearly 50 students and faculty attended the semesterly “Let’s Talk …

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A routine visit to the Wellness Center turned into a temporary move to another residence hall for first-year student Lindsay Walters. On Sept. 10, the 18-year-old accounting major woke up with one side of her face swollen and went to the Wellness Center to have it checked out.

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Some students had the opportunity to learn how to support survivors of sexual assault through the Loyola Wellness Center’s Survivor Ally Training session, which is part of the week-long initiative, “It’s On US Week of Action.”