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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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When students don’t pay their tuition in full, they might see holds on their university accounts or certain privileges revoked. One of the actions Loyola takes against students who haven’t paid their tuition is deactivating …

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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 …

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Hundreds of Chicagoans gathered Monday to show their support for Palestine and denounce the Israeli government’s recent violence against Palestinians. The demonstration was organized by Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) organizations from across Chicago …

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Loyola had 1,309 students transfer out of the university between fall 2019 and spring 2021, according to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE). With an average around of 11,800 undergraduates per semester, Loyola lost about …

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Some graduating seniors are selling their extra commencement ceremony tickets online for hundreds of dollars despite receiving them for free.  One student told The Phoenix she sold two tickets for the College of Arts and …

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A year after a student organization formed with the goal of diversifying Loyola’s Honors Program’s curriculum, some efforts have been made to create more community spaces for students of color and include more diverse authors …

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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 …