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Over the past decade, the nation’s population has grown increasingly more diverse, especially among the younger generations of millenials and Gen Z.  These demographic changes can be seen in Loyola’s own 2020 student population, in …

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The end of the spring semester also means the new school year is just a few months away, and with that comes decisions for students about classes, activities and housing. While some students may choose …

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For many college students — including some at Loyola — President Joe Biden’s new COVID-19 relief package represents the first time they’re receiving stimulus checks.  Dependents — people who rely on another for financial support …

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Loyola nursing major Hanaa Barakat, 21, puts on her gown, gloves and an N95 mask, layering it with a second surgical mask and face shield. Her mouth feels constricted and she finds herself overwhelmed to …

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After Loyola canceled on-campus housing for the fall 2020 semester, some students have since turned to Airbnb as a housing alternative. Instead of signing a conventional lease for a Chicago apartment, Airbnbs can offer a …

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Loyola’s Black Cultural Center (BCC) — a student organization on campus created to embrace the many cultures created by the African Diaspora — hosted a virtual town hall Oct. 8. Black students shared their experiences and …

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With the pandemic affecting college admissions across the country, Loyola decided to give prospective students the choice to apply test optional — meaning they don’t have to submit an ACT or SAT score.  In the …

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Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students around the world have traded in classrooms for computers, forcing them to make the most out of studying for midterms online.  Whether it’s a first-year’s first time taking midterms …