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While seniors search for post-graduation jobs amidst a job market boom, Loyola offers job coaching and other resources at its Career Services Office. Although some students aren’t satisfied with the resources, complaining that the job …

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As sophomores hunt to find off-campus housing, many students said the lack of resources from Loyola was disappointing and often made the apartment search more difficult. Loyola recommends students use the website Places4Students, but students …

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Loyola had 1,309 students transfer out of the university between fall 2019 and spring 2021, according to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE). With an average around of 11,800 undergraduates per semester, Loyola lost about …

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Chloe Rafferty, a first-year studying journalism, is a part of the 57% of the population who have not gotten COVID-19, despite returning to in person classes at Loyola. Rafferty is among other Loyola students who …

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U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs, Denis McDonough, visited Loyola March 30 to address student veteran concerns and needs, including employment, housing, mental health care and educational benefits.  As Secretary, McDonough oversees veteran benefits, memorials and …

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Green Gate, a recreational and medical dispensary operated by Verano, is looking to move from North Rogers Avenue to 6935 N. Sheridan Road — roughly six blocks from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. While some students …

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The Loyola Park Field House gymnasium was transformed Feb. 27 into a space that celebrated Black history, art and entrepreneurs.  The walls were lined with student artwork and Black business owners, tables showcasing their products, …