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Human Rights and Why They Matter: An Interview With Loyola’s Amnesty International Co-President

Photo from Amnesty International website By Katherine Weir Some think Amnesty International only focuses on human rights abuses in other countries. But they work to protect citizens...

LEGO @ The Library: A Community Event For Your Young Ones

By: Ellen Svehla, Lily Hummel, and Katherine Weir LEGO @ The Library is one of the most popular events offered at The Rogers Park branch...

What to do When Someone Illegally Parks in a Handicapped-Only Parking Spot

In July of 2017, the Pew Research center published  an article about Americans with disabilities. The common type of disability involves difficulty with walking or...

Less Traditional Workouts: Getting Out Of A Winter Rut

By: Katherine Weir Physical activity has many proven benefits : improving mood boosting energy maintaining a healthy weight It can be hard to get motivated in winter weather. A...

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Local Artist, Sara Zainab Akhtar, Shares Insight On Her Art During COVID-19 

By: Ehmed Nauman, Loyola Junior Rogers Park is known to be home to bustling art culture. In jazz clubs or street festivals, local artists make...

Sullivan High School Students Reflect on Reopening

By: Sullivan High School Students CPS schools are open for in-person learning after nearly 18-months of quarantine. Sullivan students shared their feelings about going back...

Importance of Diversity: One Latina’s Journey Towards Representation

By: Dafne Valdez (Loyola Junior) The lack of representation of BIPOC in United States academia has gone under closer scrutiny over the past several years....

Loyola’s Next Generation of Business Leaders: An Interview with Inigo Communications Agency 

By: Donna Kang (Loyola Junior) Internships are a gateway to getting a job, but internships aren’t easy to obtain without prior work experience. While classes...

Balancing Fame and Going to School: An Interview with a Tik Tok Star

By: Priya Patel, Loyola Senior Hours and hours of screen time is spent by millions of users swiping and liking these 15-second videos. Now imagine...