Hunger Week at Loyola

Posted on: November 3rd, 2014

This week, Loyola University spends time addressing the issue of hunger. In a forty year tradition, the university offers opportunities for students and community to become engaged with the topic. To learn more about the issue, check out webpage

Food insecurity, or hunger, is a massive issue impacting one in six people in the Chicago area alone. College students experiencing food insecurity is increasing yearly as well. To learn more about food insecurity, check out the food justice fact sheet recently uploaded to our page of .


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