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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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A mouse was spotted in Campion Hall, once again. Joined by a familiar foe of the campus, mold, the dorm is facing a series of struggles as students head into the last weeks of the …

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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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After requiring students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19, Loyola recently announced that guests and visitors will soon be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result, including …

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Loyola’s COVID-19 testing positivity rate went up from 0.77% March 14 to 2.48% March 27 after the university relaxed its COVID-19 guidelines as students returned to campus following spring break, according to its COVID-19 Dashboard. …

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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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In past years, the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) Survey has shown an increase in mental health concerns amongst college students.  Loyola announced in late February it would repeat its biannual participation in the NCHA …