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Dr. Bren Adair Ortega-Murphy, a retired professor of women’s studies and gender studies, is remembered by friends and family as someone who had a warm presence. Bren loved children’s books and The New Yorker. She …

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After months of isolation and one of Chicago’s worst winters, students may be looking for ways to get outside and enjoy the upcoming spring weather.  Whether students are looking for a quick break between exams …

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Recent research by a Loyola lab shows first-year students tend to see a decline in their mental health during their first year of college which doesn’t stabilize until almost after their second year. The research …

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In its most recent report, Preservation Chicago listed Chicago’s lakefront as part of its 2021 “Chicago 7 most endangered” list and called for the city to pursue a national park designation for all of Chicago’s …

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With Lake Michigan looking more like the Arctic and Loyola being buried in snow, an otherwise warm winter was abruptly broken up in late January and early February by three weeks of nonstop snow and …

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When President Joe Biden issued a memo ordering the preservation and fortification of a 2012 Obama-era policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, many recipients let out a sigh of relief. Since …