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Lightfoot Margin Impressive, But Not Unprecedented

Lori Lightfoot came out victorious in the April 2 runoff election by a large margin and will become Chicago’s 50th mayor, but this landslide...

Cash Back for Holiday Shopping in Rogers Park

Shoppers at locally-owned Rogers Park businesses can earn cash back this holiday season, thanks to a rebate program run by the Rogers Park Business...

Guilty Verdict in 2014 Devon Ave. Shooting of Rogers Park Man

A man was convicted for the murder of Rogers Park resident Wil Lewis, who happened to be on Devon Avenue in July 2014 when...

School Quality Report Has Good News for Rogers Park

Chicago Public Schools released its fifth consecutive School Quality Rating Policy (SQRP) and Rogers Park elementary schools, high schools and charter schools are highly...

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,...

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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 

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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...

Rebuilding Loyola Culture: Creating Community after COVID-19

Jake Schell (Loyola Senior) Fully vaccinated and largely in-person, the Loyola campus appears to be coming back to life. But for the president of Tau...

Leading the Jewish Community at a Catholic University

By: Diana Vargas (Loyola Junior) Diversity is a word taken for granted these days.  Having the chance to interact with people from different cultural backgrounds in...