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When was the last time you checked out a book from Loyola’s library? For some this might be a frequent practice. Others, such as Shay Kahn, haven’t grabbed a book off the shelves since taking …

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Loyola announced changes to shuttle buses, 8- Ride services and COVID testing hours in light of Thanksgiving break, which begins Nov. 24.  Starting Nov. 24 COVID-19 surveillance testing at all campus locations will be closed. …

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After three semesters of cancelled abroad programs and limited options for the fall, the spring 2022 abroad experience will be almost back to normal.  Director of Loyola’s Study Abroad Programs Dr. Brian Johnson said he …

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It’s been two years since Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Chicago Public Libraries (CPL) would no longer have late fees. This change gave Chicagoans more access to much-needed resources and increased library patrons and materials returned.  …

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The Montrose Swim Club started with just a few friends, but has grown to upwards of 400 people coming together to jump into Lake Michigan. Members said they’re sad the dropping lake temperatures halted the …

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In 2018, Michael Olszewski — businessman, realtor, Loyola alum and benefactor — said he was personally invited to open an upscale restaurant across the street from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus by Loyola’s Chief Financial Officer, …

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Some Loyola students say they’ve noticed classmates following COVID-19 guidelines in the classroom but have raised questions about unmasked students gathering in dorms.  As a requirement to be on campus this semester, Loyola enforced new …

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Loyola’s campuses are bustling again as the university enters its fourth week of in-person classes. After nearly 18 months of online learning, professors and students alike are experiencing the changes that come with returning to …