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Is graffiti art or vandalism? No one – even the artists themselves – can...

By Jordan Kunkel Walk down any street in Rogers Park or Edgewater, and chances are you'll pass by street art. Or maybe it's graffiti? It...

Opinion: Why Students Should Support Striking Teachers

By Jordan Kunkel As we reported, non-tenure-track and part-time faculty in Loyola University Chicago's College of Arts and Sciences and the English Language Learning Program...

Film Festival Comes to Rogers Park

By Jordan Kunkel The In/Motion International Dance Film Festival arrives in Rogers Park this week. Loyola University Chicago will screen ten public dance film events...

CTA Gets Safety Upgrade

By Jordan Kunkel You may not have noticed that your Uber and Lyfts started costing 15 cents more in January. That tax, part of Mayor Rahm...

New Athletic Center Sparks Debate at Loyola

By Jordan Kunkel Loyola has announced plans to construct a new athletic practice center in late 2017, sparking controversy among students and Rogers Park residents. Plans...

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Sidelined By Van Dyke Verdict, Senn Homecoming Better Late Than Never

Senn High School's annual homecoming pep rally, scheduled for Oct. 5, had to be postponed when word came that a verdict in the murder...

Thought You Missed Your Chance to Register to Vote? You Have Until The Election....

By Michael McDevitt and Elvir Mujkanovic If you had a wake-up moment and realized you forgot to register to vote for the upcoming midterm elections,...

Senntoberfest Offers Brats, Beer, Games, and Music

Senn High School will host the school’s second annual Senntoberfest Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m. All are welcome. The student-run event will take place...

Loyola’s Sr. Jean Earns New Title: Senior Hall of Famer

By Maleah Ahuja Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt sat with a humble grin as she was inducted into the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame recently. With the...

Rogers Park To Host Cutting Edge ‘Smart Policing’ Crime Center

Rogers Park’s 24th police district will soon host University of Chicago crime analysts, part of an effort to incorporate historical violent crime trend data,...