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Globally Local: Loyola fraternity plans vigil for Palestine

Loyola University Chicago's Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha is hosting a vigil for the lives lost in Palestine in collaboration with Loyola's Students...

Inside look at the adjunct struggle

Being an adjunct is hard. Unfair wages, few benefits, and little job security leaves many questioning their career choice. We talked to an adjunct...

How Chicago’s Homeless Handle Cold Days

By Israa Alzamli Homeless people everywhere face challenges every day.  But the homeless in Chicago face a distinct challenge: cold weather. Chicago’s notorious cold makes living on...

Loyola Medicine Purchases Local Hospital

By Israa Alzamli Loyola Medicine's recent purchase of a local hospital has left some Berwyn residents unhappy. MacNeal Hospital, Berwyn’s largest source of property-tax revenue, will...

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How Loyola is Addressing the Global Climate Crisis: An Interview with Aaron Durnbaugh 

By: Donna Kang (Loyola Junior) Loyola University Chicago is 56% of the way towards reaching carbon neutrality by 2025, addressing the ongoing climate crisis. In 2020...

Loyola’s School of Communication welcomes new Technology Coordinator

By Kendall L. Jackson Jr. (Loyola 23’) Loyola Alum and former WLUW radio host Paul Quinn is back on campus, now with a new role...

Loyola reflects on and looks ahead toward new COVID policies

By: Josh Knutsen (Loyola Sophomore) As Loyola’s first true semester back from quarantine comes to a close, the university will take both a look back...

The 1619 Project: Sullivan High School’s Edition

By: Olamide Olaleye (Sullivan Senior), Iqmat Adeyemi (Sullivan Junior), Favour Mamudu (Sullivan Senior), Feyisara Olaleye (Sullivan Sophomore) The 1619 project was established in August 2019...

The Best Movies and Shows to Watch Over Winter Break

By: The Sullivan RogersEdge Reporter Team With winter break coming soon, here are some engaging movies and shows to watch to keep you entertained through...