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Loyola is making an effort to offer resources to students impacted by Hurricane Ida after it made its way from the Gulf Coast to the Northeast this week.  The Category 4 storm caused massive destruction, …

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The end of the spring semester also means the new school year is just a few months away, and with that comes decisions for students about classes, activities and housing. While some students may choose …

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Students at Loyola’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing are helping vaccinate Chicagoans as part of a nationwide expansion of COVID-19 vaccination efforts. Students and faculty are participating in the vaccine effort as part of the …

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When Loyola criminal justice professors David Olson and Don Stemen were asked by the MacArthur Foundation to research bond court and pretrial release in Cook County, they didn’t know their work would help dramatically change …

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Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney announced a new position in her cabinet, called the vice president of institutional diversity, equity and inclusion, according to a Feb. 18 email to the Loyola community. The email also …

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As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on and quarantine can feel like a constant battle between the desire to be productive and the urge to lay in bed all day, a Loyola professor offers some hope.  …

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The Rule of Law Institute, a program inspired by work at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center (JFRC), is coming to Chicago, officials announced last year.  The institute will be a part of Loyola’s School of …