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When Loyola graduate Eric Kessler’s first year of teaching was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, he found comfort in routine walks around his neighborhood. Kessler — who said art has been a hobby of his …

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Following months of protests and gatherings by students calling for better support for Black students, the university has been working over the past year and a half to address racial issues on campus and beyond, …

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A 3.5-ton, 20-foot sculpture depicting more than 140 migrants and refugees has made its way to Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus — its final stop after a year-long nationwide tour. The traveling art piece — commissioned …

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Having a doctor for a dad sure comes in handy during a global pandemic.  A professor at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine has developed a coronavirus testing program for his children’s school district in La …

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All Loyola study abroad programming has been suspended through J-term and spring semester 2021 as a result of COVID-19, including study at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center (JFRC) and the Vietnam Center, the university announced …

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Students for Reproductive Justice — a Loyola club not recognized by the university which focuses on sexual and reproductive health on campus — partnered with OrganiCup to provide more than 600 free menstrual cups to …

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Loyola’s Associate Director of Admission Marcus Mason accused the university’s admissions office of a “toxic atmosphere” and “inequitable and exclusionary treatment of staff” in his resignation letter Aug. 24. Mason’s last day working for Loyola …

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Despite the ongoing pandemic, some Loyola nursing students are still working in hospitals this semester. But some students said despite the risk, they aren’t worried about contracting COVID-19 due to the protocol put in place …