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Coronavirus redefines home for immigrant

By Luis Mejia Ahrens To most, home is a physical place, a place you go when trouble arises. When dark times loom, home is where...

Pushing for Census Participation at Centro Romero

Self-help pamphlets in Spanish cover the tables dividing a row of seats leaning against the reception area wall. A payphone stands on one corner...

Coronavirus forces Loyola students to return from Rome

Loyola University Chicago's John Felice Rome Center.     By Luis Ahrens Concerns about the potential spread of the Coronavirus has cut short the semester for students studying...

Loyola Grad Students Create App For CTA Elevators

Two Loyola University Chicago graduate students—with the help of the Rogers Park community—have developed an app letting CTA riders know if elevators are out...

The Heartland Always Wanted to Be More Than a Restaurant

(With construction ready to start on the land once occupied by the Heartland Cafe, Loyola University Chicago student Luis Mejia Ahrens looks back at...

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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...

Sullivan Students Celebrate Teachers

By: Christian Carreto, Sullivan Freshman Teacher Appreciation Week was celebrated the first week of May at Sullivan and around the country. It was a time...

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...

New Leadership Club Being Offered at Sullivan

By: Oluwanifemi Onifade, Sullivan Sophomore The Junior Youth Empowerment Program (JYEP) is a program for youth to join and learn how to be effective mentors...