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In honor of her 103rd birthday, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM was honored by Loyola, the state of Illinois and the City of Chicago as they named the Loyola Red Line Stop Plaza after her. …

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Three Loyola students were victims of an armed robbery early May 29 in the 6500 block of N. Glenwood Ave., in which there was a shot fired, around a half-mile away from Loyola’s Lake Shore …

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Early on the morning of May 25, two Loyola students were victims of an armed robbery less than a half-mile away from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC).  At around 1:00 a.m., one female and one …

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Two men are suspected to be the cause of five consecutive armed robberies within a one-hour time span early May 14 in Rogers Park and Edgewater.  The offenders were both described as African American, with …

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For the second time in one week, hundreds of Chicagoans took to the city’s streets to protest the Israeli government’s recent violence against Palestinians. The protests were organized by Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) …

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Riders in Chicago are no longer required to wear masks on some of the city’s most popular transportation options, including the CTA, Metra, Uber and Lyft, after a federal judge’s decision has impacted mask mandates …

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Despite health officials detecting new COVID-19 variants in many countries, including the U.S., university officials say they won’t update guidelines.  The XE subvariant of the COVID-19 virus, a combination of the Omicron sub-variants BA.1 and …

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Loyola students, faculty and guests gathered at McCormick Lounge in Coffey Hall to attend a discussion on deportation, forced return and visa justice and as a result of the event, two activists reunited with relatives …