Rogers Park

Let’s Talk: Understanding the Complexity of Gentrification in Rogers Park 

By: Donna Kang (Junior), Nick Bach (Senior), Dafne Valdez (Junior), Alesandra Pena (Senior) Rogers Park, an area known for its rich cultural diversity, unique restaurants/businesses,...

Crime in Rogers Park by the numbers–murders down from 2020

By: Max Hanzlik, Micah Payne, Diana Vargas, Frank Zawrazky (Loyola) Like much of Chicago, the Rogers Park neighborhood has seen a consistent rise in some...

Belonging: Reflections from Sullivan Students

By Favour Mamudu, Sullivan Senior The pandemic has had many effects on students, one of them being feelings of isolation and loneliness. It is even...

Edgewater

Beard and Belly: How this restaurant survived COVID-19

By: Colin Clark, Jacob Sager, Ellen Hurd, Taiyana Levy, and Ramiyah Lee (Senn Students) COVID-19 hit many businesses hard, leading to some of them to...

Senn High School Hosts Principal Candidate Forum Tonight

By: Saleha Abdou, Warisha Aziz, Helen Camacho, Fey Falodun, and David Ponce (Senn Students)  Senn will host a principal candidate forum tonight in the North...

Let’s Talk: Understanding the Complexity of Gentrification in Rogers Park 

By: Donna Kang (Junior), Nick Bach (Senior), Dafne Valdez (Junior), Alesandra Pena (Senior) Rogers Park, an area known for its rich cultural diversity, unique restaurants/businesses,...

Senn High School

Beard and Belly: How this restaurant survived COVID-19

By: Colin Clark, Jacob Sager, Ellen Hurd, Taiyana Levy, and Ramiyah Lee (Senn Students) COVID-19 hit many businesses hard, leading to some of them to...

Senn High School Hosts Principal Candidate Forum Tonight

By: Saleha Abdou, Warisha Aziz, Helen Camacho, Fey Falodun, and David Ponce (Senn Students)  Senn will host a principal candidate forum tonight in the North...

Senn students debate vaccine mandate

By: Feyiteniola Falodun (Senn Junior) and Safa Yahya (Senn Sophomore) With students in Edgewater and Rogers Park returning to in person school, people are wondering...

Halloween in Rogers Park and Edgewater

By: Haben Jejaw, Ellen Hurd (Senn First Year) and Warisha Aziz, Jocelin Andrade (Senn Sophomores)  Halloween is back again with an interesting turn of events...

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Loyola Students Suggest Local Places To Relax

By: Ehmed Nauman, Loyola Junior Thanks to a beautiful summer in Rogers Park, many Loyola students took the time to explore and find places to have a moment of peace from the stresses of college...

Sullivan High School Celebrates Homecoming with Spirit Week Themes

By Oluwanifemi Onifade, Sullivan Sophomore Sullivan High School recently celebrated homecoming! We all know that on the week of any good homecoming, there will always be a very fun-filled spirit week. Sullivan students were highly...

Local Artist, Sara Zainab Akhtar, Shares Insight On Her Art During COVID-19 

By: Ehmed Nauman, Loyola Junior Rogers Park is known to be home to bustling art culture. In jazz clubs or street festivals, local artists make a lasting impact on the neighborhood’s community. The COVID-19 pandemic forced...

Public Safety

Let’s Talk: Understanding the Complexity of Gentrification in Rogers Park 

By: Donna Kang (Junior), Nick Bach (Senior), Dafne Valdez (Junior), Alesandra Pena (Senior) Rogers Park, an area known for its rich cultural diversity, unique restaurants/businesses, and it’s progressive mindset, has been facing contention surrounding the...

Life ring advocates struggle with Chicago Park District following summer drownings

Jake Schell (Loyola Senior), Camryn Pischke (Loyola Junior), Paige Parker (Loyola Sophomore), and Lily Corona (Loyola Junior) The August 22 drowning death of Miguel Cisneros (19) at Loyola Beach has reignited a decade-long life ring...

Many Loyola Students in Favor of Vaccine Mandates

By: Oliver Connelly (Loyola Senior) The majority of Cook County residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, however many of Chicago’s police officers are pushing back on the city’s mandate for vaccination.  Cook county has a 67%...