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Rogers Park Residents Face Extensive Mail Delays Since The Election

By: Olivia Price (Loyola Sophomore) While the US Postal Service is struggling to carry out mail deliveries on time, occupants of Rogers Park and surrounding...

Loyola Students Share Their Favorite Local Businesses to Support

By: Jack Eisenhuth (Loyola Sophomore)  Loyola University Chicago students both influence and care about local businesses in the Rogers Park and Edgewater communities, especially during...

Staying Positive During COVID

By Duaa Raheel (Senn Senior) With the worst of the pandemic likely coming, as well as Chicago's harshest winter months, staying positive can be challenging....

A Loyola Debate for the Biggest Victim of Remote Learning

By: Crystal Cervantes, Eric Maurer, and Seth George (Loyola) The switch to remote learning and the limited amenities on-campus for the fall semester has stripped...

Loyola’s Anti- Racism Initiative: Is It Enough?

By: Kamdyn Rhodes (Loyola Sophomore) Loyola students questioned the authenticity of the school’s new anti-racism initiative announced via email from President Jo Ann Rooney on...

Loyola Students Voice Their Opinions on Amy Coney Barrett

By Nicky Andrews (Loyola Sophomore)  After Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation into the Supreme Court, Loyola students are voicing their opinions on her possible impact on...

Health or the Economy; Loyola Students Decide

By: Rachel Amegatcher (Loyola Sophomore)  COVID cases in Illinois are spiking, setting record numbers. In response to this Chicago has introduced new restrictions including curfews...

Alice & Friends’ Vegan Kitchen: Serving Food that makes you feel at Home

By: Ananya Chandhok Alice and Friends Vegan Kitchen: 5812 N. Broadway Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ out of 5 Have your quarantine meals been an endless cycle of instant noodles...

Indoor Climbing At First Ascent Uptown: A Creative Way To Stay In Shape During...

By: William Brady (Loyola Junior) Winter is just around the corner in Chicago, and this one will likely have an extra layer of brutal. Besides...

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...

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Riza Hajdarovic: Loyola’s landlord

By: Caitlin Waldron, Loyola Sophomore This past year all sophomores at Loyola were forced out of their housing contracts and apartments were being taken left...

Loyola tutor discusses education during pandemic

By: Sarah Ansong, Loyola Senior  As Loyola moves towards a full year of remote online learning, many students have openly acknowledged their struggles to adjust...

Pandemic takes toll on teens’ mental health

By: Erin Adams (Sullivan HS Freshman), Favour Mamudu (Sullivan HS Junior), Olamide Olaleye (Sullivan HS Junior) The pandemic has impacted students across the country in...

Student activities and extracurriculars evolve through pandemic

By: Isabella Chamberland (Senn HS Senior), Feyiteniola Falodun (Senn HS Sophomore), Lesly Fernandez (Senn HS Junior) Across the country, high school students are disappointed about...

The Life of a Female Athlete: Making Goals On and Off the Field

By: Grace Ghee, Loyola Sophomore Collegiate level athletes are some of the most dedicated, hardworking, and physically fit college students. For many, however, these collegiate...