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“Culturally important” is just one of the ways Martin Berg, an aquatic ecologist and professor at Loyola, would describe his lab’s research.  Berg’s research dives into the depths of examining the impact of invasive species …

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As the holiday season approaches, the Wellness Center is “strongly encouraging” fully vaccinated and unvaccinated students to register to access periodic testing at Loyola, according to the university’s email sent Nov. 16.  Loyola’s surveillance testing …

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After a kitchen fire broke out in de Nobili Dining Hall at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 8, the dining facility closed and won’t reopen until Jan. 1, according to Loyola Dining Services. The fire was …

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With Halloween creeping around the corner and COVID-19 numbers still on the rise, the city of Chicago aims to enforce the Illinois Department of Public Health’s (IDPH) updated Halloween and “Fall Festivities” guidelines.  Despite vaccines …