Rogers Park

Sullivan Ribbon Cutting for Jan Schakowksy Gymnasium

By: Christian Carreto (Sullivan Sophomore)  Community members gathered at Sullivan High School in Rogers Park on Wednesday Nov 9 for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating...

Loyola Professor Offers Assistance to the Devon Community

By Heather Higgins (Loyola Freshman) Devon Oasis Ministry, a Christian charity that works with refugees and immigrants is located in the heart of Little India...

Sullivan Sophomore Writes Poem Entitled ‘My Mother’

By: Oluwanifemi Onifade, Sullivan Sophomore My Mother My mother is a prayer warrior A fighter of trials  A lover of peace    She is a strong willed, kind, ever caring, ever...

Edgewater

LUC Students Spill the Tea on Their Favorite Classes

By: Mao Reynolds (Loyola Sophomore) At first glance, game theory, economics and theology seem unrelated. However, they share one thing in common — they’re all...

Living with the Other Me: Life As a Doppleganger on Loyola’s Campus

By: Ashley Foster (Loyola Senior) We’ve all had this moment: You're choosing an Instagram name, and no matter how many numbers you add, it’s still...

Loyola’s IT Factor: Why Students Chose Loyola

By: Emilee Levanas (Loyola Junior) Whether it is career opportunities, programs offered, or the Chicago city life, every Loyola student has reasons for choosing to...

Senn High School

Senn High School Celebrates Homecoming Week

By: RogersEdge Reporter Senn High School held their annual Homecoming Week from September 19-24, with dress up days, a pep rally for sports teams, and...

RogersEdge Reporter Wraps Up Another School Year

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) As Journalism club comes to an end for the school year, students at Senn and bureau chief reflect on...

Author Elizabeth Wetmore Visits Senn

By: Lesly Fernandez and Colin Clark (Senn Seniors) On April 28th Senn’s Journalism program got a visit from the acclaimed author of the bestselling book...

Should Students Be Able To Grade Their Teachers?

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) Teachers and students at Senn have been asked if students should be able to grade their teachers. Jennifer Clay-Akapo, Chemistry teacher,...

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Author Elizabeth Wetmore Visits Senn

By: Lesly Fernandez and Colin Clark (Senn Seniors) On April 28th Senn’s Journalism program got a visit from the acclaimed author of the bestselling book "Valentine" Elizabeth Wetmore.  The Senn TV seniors got a chance to...

Sullivan Students Thoughts on Trending Will Smith Memes

By: Destiny Paramore (Sullivan Freshman) On Sunday, March 27 an incident took place at the Oscars between two of America's favorite comedians and actors.  While hosting the show, comedian Chris Rock made a joke comparing Jada...

Senn’s Matilda Play Delayed by Rain

By: Jocelin Andrade (Senn Sophomore) Due to the heavy rain Tuesday, the Senn performance of the musical "Matilda" has been delayed by one day. There has been some trouble with the electrical equipment caused by...

Public Safety

Advocates await Gov. Pritzker’s signature on new lakefront safety bill 

By: Jake Schell (Loyola Senior) Water safety advocates scored a major victory in the last month with the successful advancement of the Lake Michigan Rescue Equipment Act.  The bill passed unanimously through the Illinois State House...

Alderwoman Hadden hopes to combat mental health, homelessness, and addiction following Lightfoot’s increased funding

Jake Schell (Loyola Senior) On September 20, Mayor Lori Lightfoot released her 2022 budget and Chicago Recovery Plan, stating her intention to invest $202 million in homelessness initiatives and nearly double mental health services with...

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...