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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...

Should Students Be Able To Grade Their Teachers?

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) Teachers and students at Senn have been asked if students should be able to grade their teachers. Jennifer Clay-Akapo, Chemistry teacher,...

Lake Shore Drive To Have Major Redesign

By: Arfat Muhammad (Senn Senior) The city and state's transportation agencies have worked since 2013 on the Redefine the Drive plan to reconstruct DuSable Lake...

Senn’s Matilda Play Delayed by Rain

By: Jocelin Andrade (Senn Sophomore) Due to the heavy rain Tuesday, the Senn performance of the musical "Matilda" has been delayed by one day. There...

Outdoor Lunch Returns to Senn

By: Arfat Muhammad (Senn Senior) Here at Senn, students are again permitted to go outdoors for lunch. Every student gets to go outside with their peers...

Senn Celebrates Women

By: Fey Falodun (Senn Junior) On March 30 Senn students had their first-ever women's history month celebration put together by a team of girls...

La Baguette Panaderia is a Hidden Gem

By: Taiyana Levy (Senn Sophomore) Located on the edge of Andersonville and Edgewater, La Baguette Panaderia (5712 N Clark) is a welcoming place that greets...

Senn’s Hot Takes on Social Media and Relationships

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) Senn High School students were asked to share their opinions on if social media affects their standards for relationships. According to...

Senn Students Reflect on Ramadan

By: Safa Yahya (Senn Sophomore) Ramadan is a period when Muslims dry fast from dawn to sunset. Ramadan started on April second this year, making...

Wooly Mammoth: Where Bizarre Meets Beautiful

By: Taiyana Levy (Senn Sophomore) The sight of odd and unique oddities greets visitors to Woolly Mammoth Chicago (1513 W Foster Ave). When you walk...

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What is next for Rogers Park? Alderperson Hadden seeks re-election

By: Kyle Boone, Loyola Junior “You guys can't see specifically, but I have a lot more white hairs than when I started” Those words came from...

Sink or swim for local small businesses residing in Rogers Park, Edgewater

By: Nick Martin, Tegan Dry, and Kesha Bhatia (Loyola) The COVID-19 pandemic has heavily affected small businesses in Rogers Park, forcing many to shut down...

New Housing Development to be Built Across from Howard Red Line 

By: Mari Bischoff (Loyola senior), Madilyn McCullough (Loyola sophomore), Vanessa Taylor (Loyola sophomore)  Plans for a new housing development to be built across from the...

Rogers Park Responds to Homelessness

By: Ashley Foster, Maeve Reynolds, and Egi Canie (Loyola) There are more than 65,000 homeless people in Chicago. That’s around the same population as the whole...

Alderman Osterman Steps Down: What is Next for the 48th Ward?

By: Kyle Boone, Emilee Levanas, Heather Higgins (Loyola)  After 11 years, Harry Osterman is stepping down as Alderman of the 48th Ward.  Before he became Alderman...