FROM LOYOLA
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Talking About Race and Privilege in the Loyola Classroom

As Loyola students of color draw attention to their experiences of marginalization in classrooms and throughout their Loyola experience, as […]

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STUDENT VOICES
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A Season of Magis

At Loyola, we’re surrounded by magis—the Jesuit idea of doing, being, and achieving more—especially at Christmas.

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IN CHICAGO
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A Loyola professor is leading the charge against unfair Federal Housing Policy affecting Chicago’s Poor

Lanice Walker, 38, sits with her children Dec. 21, 2015, at their apartment in Chicago. Some of her children were […]

Protesters in Chicago
Hundreds March In Chicago To ‘Reclaim’ MLK’s Message

Hundreds marched and rallied in Chicago Thursday evening to “reclaim” the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. […]

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AND BEYOND
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Union Plumbers Help Out the Residents of Flint Michigan

300 plumbers from unions across the country descended on Flint to install new faucets and water filters for free!

01-15-2016
A second write up about the Vatican II Symposium by Heidi Schlumpf

Are women “Still Guests in Our Own House?” And if so, should we pack our bags to find a more […]

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