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The Journey from Iraq to Rogers Park–My Family’s Story

By: Hajir Hasan, Sullivan Freshman After a long 18 hours across the Atlantic ocean, my family and I got to the U.S. safely. Emigrating to...

Student makes sandwiches for homeless

By Annika Guinta, Loyola Junior Loyola University Chicago student Mili Patel is helping fight hunger by preparing and handing out sandwiches to the homeless in...

Ramblers in the Sweet 16

By Jala Johnson, Loyola Sophmore Loyola University Chicago's Men’s Basketball team is headed to a Sweet 16 showdown Saturday with Oregon State in the NCCA...

Edgewater

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...

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...

Senn High School

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...

CPS High School Reopening: Is this the moment we’ve been waiting for?

Byline: All of us! Chicago Public Schools has set April 19 as the date to send high school students back into the classroom, however, conflicting...

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Loyola Students Talk Netflix Quarantine Binges

By Grace Ghee and Mackenzie Kokal, Loyola Sophomores Stuck in the house with nothing to do because of COVID-19, Loyola students' lives changed drastically going from bars and clubs to watching Netflix in their pajamas.  While...

Loyola crushes SIU in opener

Loyola University Chicago crushed Southern Illinois 73-49 Friday in the Ramblers' opening round game in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament in St. Louis. Loyola's Jacob Hutson led a balanced attack with 13 points as No....

An Authentic Artist: A Profile of Ayesha Abouelazm

By: Jack Eisenhuth (Loyola Sophomore)  Under the shadow of the New 400 Theater’s sign in Rogers Park, I met Ayesha Abouelazm in person for the first time. The filmmaker went inside the Starbucks to order...

Public Safety

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...

Celebrating Halloween During The Trick Of A Lifetime – COVID 19

By: Crystal Cervantes (Loyola Senior), Eric Maurer (Loyola Senior), Jimmy Lynch (Loyola Sophomore), and Seth George (Loyola Senior) Every day is as scary as Halloween during a global pandemic. For the residents of Edgewater and...

“Black Out Day”: Loyola students zoom out of classes and tune into BLM–An Interview...

By: Ananya Chandhok  They marched in 1963, whether or not their community stood shoulder to shoulder with them. They marched again in 2009, even when their community claimed “enough change” had been made. While a...