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Loyola Students Miss Out on Big Savings by Not Using Public Transit

Loyola Students Miss Out on Big Savings by Not Using Public Transit

Jack Barker February 19, 2024

If you want to get around Baltimore expect to cough up some serious cash. It’s about $20 one-way in an Uber to get most places in the city, even more if it’s late at night, and you can only split that...

Loyola’s Circle of 10 Takes a Stand: Fighting for Restorative Practices in Maryland Schools

Loyola’s Circle of 10 Takes a Stand: Fighting for Restorative Practices in Maryland Schools

Gianna Sansonetti November 15, 2023

David Hornbeck, founder of Restorative Schools Maryland, paid a visit to the Center for Community, Service, and Justice (CCSJ) on Nov. 6, where he met with Loyola’s circle of 10. Circles of 10 are small...

What is the Baltimore Free Farm?

What is the Baltimore Free Farm?

Gi Rosa November 2, 2023

The Baltimore Free Farm is a grassroots organization supported by Fusion Partnerships, a non-profit focused on providing fiscal sponsorship and other forms of support for Baltimore community projects and...

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Active Shooter Situation at Morgan State University

Katie Roessel October 4, 2023

Late in the evening on Oct. 3, the Baltimore Police Department responded to reports of an active shooter at Morgan State University, a mere two miles from Loyola’s campus. Five people, including four...

Climate Change and its Impacts on the Baltimore City Community

Climate Change and its Impacts on the Baltimore City Community

Samantha Jones May 1, 2023

Loyola celebrated the 33rd anniversary of the Caulfield Lecture by inviting journalists focused on the environmental beat to discuss the imminent issue of climate change and its impact on the Chesapeake...

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Loyola Baltipreneur Accelerator Program Awards Five Cohorts Thousands of Dollars for Hard Work at Demo Day

Elle White April 24, 2023

Nine Baltimore-based entrepreneurs were selected as this year's Cohorts for the Baltipreneurs Accelerator program, with five cohorts being awarded thousands of dollars for their hard work at the end of...

The Baltimore BUILD

The Baltimore Community Comes Together To Better The City

Howard Wicker April 17, 2023

BUILD stands for Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development and has been around for over 45 years. Because of this plan, more job opportunities have become available, and more schools and neighborhoods...

Where is the Snow?

Where is the Snow?

Joshua Glatman February 20, 2023

Pallets of salt are piled and waiting on Loyola’s campus, but one thing is conspicuously absent: the snow. So far this winter, Baltimore has barely had any measurable snow, and temperatures have been...

High School Students Don’t Feel Safe Traveling to School

High School Students Don’t Feel Safe Traveling to School

Howard Wicker February 13, 2023

Schools are supposed to be a place of learning and growth. However, as of late, many events have happened in Baltimore that have made students and their parents feel uneasy about their children heading...

Baltimore Community Distrustful After E-Coli Water Outbreak

Baltimore Community Distrustful After E-Coli Water Outbreak

Howard Wicker September 23, 2022

During the first two weeks of September, Baltimore residents were put under a boil water advisory which affected more than 1,500 citizens.  Those residents were forced to boil their water for 1 minute...

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