Chicago

Love Jordan, a 2016 Loyola graduate, was among hundreds of protesters who took to the streets of Chicago Nov. 20 following Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal the day prior.  “We’re told to set the world on fire,” …

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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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Over the past two days, Loyola’s campus has been rained on with blustering winds and new cold temperatures.  Chicago’s hazardous weather Oct. 25 came with temperatures at about 45 degrees Fahrenheit, winds up to 40 …

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 As Chicago activists push for the city to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in place of Columbus Day, Loyola officials and student government acknowledged the native lands the university is built on. But some Loyola students …

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The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released a climate report that’s taken the headlines by storm. The report states climate change is happening at a more rapid pace than previous models had …

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Everyone older than 2, regardless of their vaccination status, will be required to wear a mask in public indoor settings in Chicago as of Aug. 20, officials announced.  The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) …

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A man died from multiple gunshot wounds after he was shot just under a mile from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus Aug. 16, police said.  Police found the man lying on the street around the 1300 …