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Loyola committed to the Vatican’s Seven-Year Journey to Integral Ecology — an action platform between the Vatican, citizens and Catholic institutions to combat climate change— according to a Nov. 15 email.  The Vatican Dicastery for …

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Rogers Park has a population of more than 55,000 yet is home to only nine public restrooms. Of those, one is a library and another a police station, according to an interactive map by the …

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It’s been over two months since the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan, and Chicago is gearing up for an influx of Afghan refugees, especially in Rogers Park and neighboring communities. Jamia Jowers, board president of the …

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With Halloween creeping around the corner and COVID-19 numbers still on the rise, the city of Chicago aims to enforce the Illinois Department of Public Health’s (IDPH) updated Halloween and “Fall Festivities” guidelines.  Despite vaccines …

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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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Days before the Chicago Park District announced it would install life rings around the city’s beaches, family and community members gathered at Tobey Prinz Beach Park to remember the 19-year-old who drowned there last month.  …

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Last week, Yana Bushneva was having breakfast at the Tobey Prinz Beach Park when she heard calls for help and saw a man struggling to stay afloat in the lake. Although she called 911 and …

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A Loyola alumnus was among those found dead after a condominium partially collapsed in Florida about two weeks ago.  Part of Champlain Towers South — a 12 story residential building overlooking the ocean —  crashed …