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The Chatter

Loyola Lacrosse’s Pat Spencer Readies for One Last NCAA Tournament Ride

One of the game’s all-time scoring greats plays at home for the last time Saturday.

Arts District

Art Activist Jesse Krimes Brings Awareness to Mass Incarceration

Work made—and smuggled out—during his six-year prison sentence is on exhibit at Loyola University.

Arts & Culture

Marian Crotty Discusses New Collection What Counts as Love

The Loyola professor talks about the process of collecting short stories for her latest release.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: July 2016

The latest from James Magruder, Ron Tanner, and Susan Hood.

The Chatter

Melo Trimble Returns to Maryland for Junior Season

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

The Chatter

Ravens John Urschel to Play Against U.S. Chess Champion

And other tops news from Baltimore sports this week.

Events

Happy Birthday, MLK!

Take part in these events to salute a great American icon and remember his calls for justice and peace.

Arts & Culture

Interview with Mark Osteen

Founder, Film Studies program, Loyola University Maryland; author of Nightmare Alley: Film Noir and the American Dream.

Sports

The Underdog Days Are Over

How Loyola’s lacrosse team surprised everyone by winning the national championship.

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