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Loyola University Chicago Ramblers iPhone Wallpapers

How to save an image from your iPhone
Click on one of the thumbnails. When the larger image loads, press down on the iPhone wallpaper until “Save Image” appears. Go to your Photos App on your iPhone and from there you will be able to set it as your iPhone wallpaper. For more info, check out our How to use page to find out how to add and set wallpaper on your iPhone.

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Connors’ Avery signs with Loyola-Chicago – Muskogee Daily Phoenix

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Connors' Avery signs with Loyola-Chicago
Muskogee Daily Phoenix
WARNER—Connors State sophomore Adarius Avery has signed a NCAA D-1 National Letter of Intent with Loyola University Chicago it was announced by Cowboys head coach Bill Muse. Avery will be joining Ramblers head coach Porter Moser of the …

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Loyola University Chicago Student Group Lectures White Students on Their ‘Internalized Racism’ – Breitbart News

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Breitbart News
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Loyola University Chicago Student Group Lectures White Students on Their 'Internalized Racism'
Breitbart News
Students who “self-identify as white” are invited to join Loyola Chicago's Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness (RAW) group, which gathers at the university to “engage in dialogue about their own racial identity” and “critically reflect on… their actions.” …

This $56199-Per-Year Campus Offers ‘Self-Identified White Students’ A Safe Space To Feel Guilty – Daily Caller

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This $56199-Per-Year Campus Offers 'Self-Identified White Students' A Safe Space To Feel Guilty
Daily Caller
Loyola University Chicago offers a campus club “for self-identified White students” to admit their own racist feelings and to complain about the racism they perceive around themselves. The segregated “affinity group,” called Ramblers Analyzing

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