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On May 21, myself and three other Loyola students traveled to the La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogota, Colombia. We hoped to see a museum, but ended up at a political rally for then left-wing candidate …

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A recent increase in email scams — including fake job and internship offers —  are coming from more than 100 compromised university accounts, according to Loyola officials. A Feb. 10 alert from The University Information …

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Members of Chicago’s Ukrainian community and other demonstrators marched downtown to protest Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. The protestors condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions and called upon the United States and North Atlantic Treaty …

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As students head home for winter break, Loyola’s COVID-19 test positivity rate is the highest it has been since Nov. 2020.  Loyola’s seven day rolling average COVID-19 test positivity hit 7.22% as 41 people tested …

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Loyola alumnus Paul Campion and four other organizers from the Sunrise Movement began a 14-day hunger strike in Washington. D.C. over government inaction on climate change Oct. 20. While on hunger strike, Campion said he …

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The holidays are almost upon us and students may be looking to get home and see their families.  However due to The COVID-19 pandemic, travel might be different than the last time many students packed …

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Loyola is falling short on their promise to supply bathrooms with menstrual products, some students said. After taking over the task from Students for Reproductive Justice (SRJ), students have had trouble finding menstrual products in …

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Students checking their inbox Oct. 27 might have come across an email from Campus Safety containing Loyola’s Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report.  This report was initially published on Oct. 1 and updated on …