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What Literature Looks Like For Armadillo’s Pillow

Erin Adams, Sullivan Freshman Armadillo’s Pillow 5.0 rating ★★★★★ Many discovered the power of books and literature during the pandemic. One of the finest booksellers in our...

The Drive For Safety: How Chicago Citizens Are Working Together to Reduce Carjackings

By: Almerah Alkhatib, Loyola Senior; Audrey Patterson, Loyola Sophomore; and PJ MacMahon, Loyola Sophomore 46-year-old Uber driver Javier Ramos's family is still reeling from his...

Everywhere Art in Rogers Park: 49 Expressions

By: Isabella Chamberland, Senn Senior Bright and unique art painted onto the benches of Pratt Beach. Every block you turn, a new mural occupying the...

Edgewater

Softball In Sullivan High School

By: Olamide Olaleye and Favour Mamudu, Sullivan Juniors Sullivan High School hosted their first softball game this year, following years of being unable to do...

Sullivan’s World Repair Project

By Hajir Hasan, Sullivan Freshman For the fourth quarter, Sullivan is hosting a project for the freshmen students, "The World Repair Project." This was created...

One Night In Miami: A Review

By Chiamaka Orogbu: Sullivan Freshman For many, historical movies can be hard to follow. We already know what happened, so why would we want to...

Senn High School

Learning to Drive During a Pandemic

By: Lesly Fernandez, Senn Junior The pandemic brought many things came to a halt, including big achievements in people's lives. For some high schoolers this...

Senn High School principal shares thoughts on returning to in-person

By: Jackson Elstro, Loyola Senior; Stefano Garcia, Loyola Sophomore; Sarah Mahaney, Loyola Freshman  The reopening of Chicago Public High Schools has left many families uncertain...

Senn and Sullivan High Schools Hold SAT for Juniors

By: RogersEdge Reporter Chicago Public High Schools held an in person SAT test for juniors on Tuesday, which for many students was their first time...

 Eliminating Your Bad Habits: A High School Student Guide to Getting on Track

By: Erin Adams (Sullivan Freshman) and Safa Yahya (Senn Freshman) If you’re going to attempt to eliminate your unhealthy patterns, you have to practice staying...

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Arts & Entertainment

One Night In Miami: A Review

By Chiamaka Orogbu: Sullivan Freshman For many, historical movies can be hard to follow. We already know what happened, so why would we want to take time and watch it.  The movie "One Night In Miami"...

What Literature Looks Like For Armadillo’s Pillow

Erin Adams, Sullivan Freshman Armadillo’s Pillow 5.0 rating ★★★★★ Many discovered the power of books and literature during the pandemic. One of the finest booksellers in our area is Armadillo’s Pillow, a local bookstore in Rogers Park.  This...
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J Cole’s New Album “Off Season” Lives Up To The Hype

By Da'Shanae Underwood: Senn Senior J. Cole released his eagerly anticipated album "Off Season" last week. Here is Da'Shanae Underwood with her review of it. Check out the video below!

Public Safety

The Drive For Safety: How Chicago Citizens Are Working Together to Reduce Carjackings

By: Almerah Alkhatib, Loyola Senior; Audrey Patterson, Loyola Sophomore; and PJ MacMahon, Loyola Sophomore 46-year-old Uber driver Javier Ramos's family is still reeling from his murder. "We are devastated. We are saddened. We are still...

Earth Day in Rogers Park: A Time To Reflect On Our Impact

By: Kimberly Valle, Sullivan Freshman With Earth Day happening last week, I took some time to appreciate our beautiful blue planet. I also considered what our future may look like, more specifically, how our future...

Recent Carjackings in Rogers Park Spark Concern

By: Almerah Alkhatib, Loyola Senior; PJ McMahon, Loyola Sophomore; Audrey Patterson, Loyola Sophomore A string of carjackings has raised questions about safety in the Rogers Park area.  Two incidents have occurred in the month of March...