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Hadden Could Be Chicago’s First Black Gay Alderman

By Bernadette Hoffman Maria Hadden is currently campaigning against 49th ward Alderman Joe Moore to unseat him in the 2019 elections. A victory for Hadden...

Tensions Rise Over Concord at Sheridan

By Bernadette Hoffman   Some Rogers Park residents are continuing to express opposition to a mixed-use development site, called Concord at Sheridan, at 6418 N. Sheridan...

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Pandemic takes toll on teens’ mental health

By: Erin Adams (Sullivan HS Freshman), Favour Mamudu (Sullivan HS Junior), Olamide Olaleye (Sullivan HS Junior) The pandemic has impacted students across the country in...

Student activities and extracurriculars evolve through pandemic

By: Isabella Chamberland (Senn HS Senior), Feyiteniola Falodun (Senn HS Sophomore), Lesly Fernandez (Senn HS Junior) Across the country, high school students are disappointed about...

The Life of a Female Athlete: Making Goals On and Off the Field

By: Grace Ghee, Loyola Sophomore Collegiate level athletes are some of the most dedicated, hardworking, and physically fit college students. For many, however, these collegiate...

Virtual learning struggles continue as pandemic drags on

By: Hajir Hasan, Eiman Shahzad, Kimberly Valle (Freshmen Sullivan High School) With the shift from 7 hours of human interaction per day to 7 hours...

First-Year CPS Educator Reflects on the Pandemic and Hope for the Future

By: Camille Jackson, Loyola Senior March 13 will be the one-year anniversary of the United States officially declaring the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency, and...