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Trick or Treating During a Pandemic: Senn High School Students Weigh In

Article by Moussa Yarori (Senn Sophomore); Video by Lesly Fernandez (Senn Junior) Halloween is just days away, and Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently announced that Chicagoans...

Voting in the 48th Ward During a Pandemic

By Owen Haight, Jack Eisenhuth, Nicky Andrews, Rachel Amegatcher As the Broadway Armory opened its doors to early voters last Wednesday, citizens of Rogers Park...

Facing Flu Season During a Pandemic—Two for the Price of One

By: Ananya Chandhok, Kurt Danner, Olivia Price, Teo Fabi Flu shots in the 49th ward are being done differently this year to comply with COVID...

Local Bar Stays Strong During COVID

by Kurtis Danner Many small businesses are all too familiar with the harsh realities of having to close for COVID. For Cunneen's (1424 W Devon...

Local Coffee Shop Becomes Laidback Dinner Joint

By: Abby Utley After experiencing a decrease in usual coffee demands due to COVID-19, Archie’s, an independently owned coffee shop, adapted within a week so...

Chicago Artists and Businesses Owners Unite In Edgewater

By: Jess Dominguez, Dominick Pechous, and Abby Utley  Local artists in partnership with the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce and other independent art programs are displaying...

Together We Can Get Through Anything: An Interview with Más Allá del Sol

By: Crystal Cervantes Dreams, adversities, courage, dedication, success. This is what comes to mind when thinking of small businesses during a crisis. COVID-19 puts small business...

An Interview With a Rogers Park Social Worker: How Chicago’s Vulnerable Are Kept Safe...

By: William Brady Jaclyn Story is a 25-year-old social worker from Rogers Park. She is a Loyola University Chicago alumni with a masters in social...

“Black Out Day”: Loyola students zoom out of classes and tune into BLM–An Interview...

By: Ananya Chandhok  They marched in 1963, whether or not their community stood shoulder to shoulder with them. They marched again in 2009, even when...

Loyola Student-Athlete Explains The Challenges of Playing Sports During Pandemic

By: Jimmy Lynch  Finding the motivation to play college sports when there are no games on the schedule for the foreseeable future might sound hard,...

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Pronoun Inclusivity at Senn High School

By: Isabella Chamberland (Senn Senior) Senn High School, one of the most diverse high schools in the Chicago Public Schools District, has begun to incorporate...

Making The Comfortable Uncomfortable: Teaching From Home During COVID-19

By: Jimmy Lynch (Loyola Sophomore) With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, instructors from all levels have had to teach virtually throughout the first semester of school,...

Rewired Cafe, Bigger and Better, Aims to Serve the Community

Expanding and changing locations is difficult enough for restaurants, but COVID has made the process much more challenging. Yet Owner and operator of Rewired...

Rambler Pep Band Another Covid Loss

The Zoom meeting filled in with students one by one. Most cameras were on, but people stayed muted as they waited for Patrick Rocks,...

We Got the Beat: Senn Music Journal Hits a High Note

By Isabella Chamberland (Senn Senior) I remember the day that CPS announced its final plan for the school year; the day felt heavy, like every...