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Student looks at menu at Bird n Brine.

Students frustrated with Bird N Brine app

Kloe Witt, Breaking News Editor/Staff Writer March 25, 2023

Students on Loyola’s campus love their chicken. But what they don’t love is needing confusing apps to get that chicken. This is what some students on campus have complained about when it comes to the...

The main Loyola sign, which sits at the very front of campus, with Marquette Hall in the background.

Loyola announces 18th president

Cristo Dulom, Managing Editor for Print March 23, 2023

The Loyola Board of Trustees announced the university’s 18th president after a seven-month national search. Xavier Cole will be the university’s first Black president and the second layperson, following...

Photo of the human trafficking event

Professor starts initiative against human trafficking

Macie Batson, Editor in Chief March 23, 2023

Media professor Ty Lawson had a vision for a class that taught more than just the “nuts and bolts” when coming to Loyola. He said he recognized the importance of teaching students how to create media...

Loyola’s 18th president to be announced

Kloe Witt, Breaking News Editor March 22, 2023

After searching for over a year, Loyola has found its new president. The Loyola community will have a chance to meet the new university president Friday, March 24, at 1 p.m. in the Peace Quad, according...

Graph showing the disparity between Schabergs salary and that of the national average increase for full time professors. Loyola is behind by half the growth that of the national average percentage increase.

Professors uncertain about new contracts

Aron Boehle, Worldview Editor March 22, 2023

Loyola is releasing contracts to faculty in a few months, and some professors are skeptical that promises of increased wages will be kept by the university. Last summer, Loyola interim president Rev....

COLUMN: The honors program isn’t worth it

Maleigh Crespo, Design Chief March 22, 2023

As a promising high school senior, I applied to dozens of colleges and universities across the country. From Ivy Leagues to local community colleges, I didn’t limit myself when applying to schools,...

A honors medal that is given to students who successfully graduate from the University and stay in the program.

Graduates from honors program reflect on experience

Kloe Witt, Staff Writer March 22, 2023

Alumni from the honors program are speaking out about how the program affected their experience at the university, after last semester when upperclassmen in the program said they were upset over the program...

Negina Khalili talks to students and faculty at the International Womens Day event on March 8.

Loyola law makes new home for Afghani human rights activist

Brendan Heffernan March 21, 2023

Negina Khalili has made standing up for Afghanistan’s women and girls her life’s work. As the first female prosecutor from her home province in Afghanistan, she used her position in the country’s...

Loyola announces leadership changes

Arianna D'Antonio, Senior Staff Writer March 21, 2023

After serving as Loyola’s interim president for almost a year, Fr. Justin Daffron, S.J. will be shifting leadership to serve as interim provost and senior vice president of strategy, according to...

Three women, the speakers, stand on stage after their presentation to the community.

Loyola Hosts Inaugural International Women’s Day Event

Anna Hummel, Assistant Photo Editor March 20, 2023

Loyola University hosted the inaugural International Women’s Day event in coordination with the Women’s Leadership Academy and Women’s Resource Center, and focused on a call to action for accelerating...

Photo of the painted previously vandalized wall that reads fuck reslife below the fresh coat of paint.

Biever Residents Charged For Vandalism

Macie Batson, Editor in Chief March 20, 2023

It sounds like the set up for a bad party joke: how many fines does it take to cover up some Sharpie on a wall? Still, that is the question being asked throughout Biever Hall following a mass fine handed...

Sitting down with the only SGA president and vice president candidates

Kloe Witt, Breaking News Editor March 18, 2023

Loyola’s Student Government Association opened their ballots for their 2023-24 elections this year with only one ticket with Makayla Hawkins as the presidential candidate, and Sydney Randall as vice...

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