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Meet Bo Rambler

During the 1980’s Loyola University Chicago had a Hobo named Bo Rambler cheering on the varsity sports teams. The Mascot was controversial, and was ultimately changed to a wolf.





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Loyola Students Report Two More Sexual Assaults

Two more reports of criminal sexual assaults from Loyola students emerged in the past week after a string of sexual violence incidents were reported on and near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) in the past month. Most recently, a female Loyola student was the victim …


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Loyola Students Need to Organize for Reproductive Justice and Rights

Care for self, care for others, care for community: These are the three central tenets of Loyola University’s student promise. This promise is presented each year to incoming first-year students, and is implemented in the university’s policy rhetoric. It is the belief of Students for …


Elayna Bowser Impacting Team On and Off Course

Sophomore Elayna Bowser is only in her second year on the Loyola women’s golf team. However, she has become on the leaders, along with one of the best players. She leads on and off the course, with her play and her demeanor.


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Loyola Brings New Social Fraternity to Campus

Loyola has welcomed a new social fraternity that has a less-than-reputable history to campus this semester. Beta Theta Pi, the newest fraternity to Loyola Greek life, applied to join Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) last fall and was accepted in July. The fraternity was …

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Street Art Brings Life to Pilsen

The murals of Pilsen, a neighborhood located in the lower West Side of Chicago, are part of the Art in Public Spaces installation. The works of art were created through a collaboration between the Chicago Urban Art Society, the National Museum of Mexican Art and …

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Loyola Students Report Two More Sexual Assaults

Two more reports of criminal sexual assaults from Loyola students emerged in the past week after a string of sexual violence incidents were reported on and near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) in the past month. Most recently, a female Loyola student was the victim …

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ACTIVATE Street Series Allows Chicagoans to Tap into Their Senses

Molly Hewitt was dressed as a cake. She was stacking teacups and sitting cross-legged in the back of a pickup truck, fake eyelash and glitter placed haphazardly all over her face. “I’m having a tea party,” said the graduate of the School of the Art …

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Loyola Students Need to Organize for Reproductive Justice and Rights

Care for self, care for others, care for community: These are the three central tenets of Loyola University’s student promise. This promise is presented each year to incoming first-year students, and is implemented in the university’s policy rhetoric. It is the belief of Students for …