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Senn Kicks Off Spring with the Start of the Soccer

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) The varsity girls soccer team won their first game 7-2 last Monday against Intrinsic High School. Belma Ceric is a...

CTA Electrical Malfunctions Causes Many Students To Be Late To School

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) The Chicago Transit Authority’s Red and Purple lines had major delays on March 24 when a train hit a track...

Senn First Years Take on “The Sharks”

By: Khadijatou Sohna, Colin Clark, and Jacob Sager (Senn Students) Senn major studies students take on the sharks Senn's first year Design 1 students created innovative...

Spring Arrives in Edgewater

By: Ta'Kirah King (Senn First Year) The Senn community enjoyed an unseasonably warm March days, shaking off the gloomy winter days that recently hit the...

Senn Sponsors Academic Tutoring

By: Arfat Muhammad (Senn Senior) Here at Senn, the tutoring program is a place where students get help with specific classes on scheduled days. Each teacher...

I Am RogersEdge Reporter #2: Ta’Kirah King

By: Ta'Kirah King (Senn First Year) RogersEdge Reporter is thrilled to have some fresh faces this year, and one of them is first-year student Ta'Kirah...

Senn Goes Mask Optional; Most Opt for Masks

By: Maria Garcia-Coronel and Taiyana Levy (Senn Students) On February 28th, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and Public Health Commissioner Allison Awry removed the mask and...

I Am RogersEdge Reporter #1: Colin Clark

By: Colin Clark (Senn Senior) Colin Clark has been with Senn High School's Journalism program for two years now, and he certainly demonstrates the values...

CPS Goes “Mask Optional” Starting Monday

By: Colin Clark (Senn Senior) and the Senn TV Crew Chicago Public Schools announced on March 7, 2022 it is dropping its masks mandate next...

Senn Vocalists “Emerge” with In-Person Showcase

By: Fey Falodun (Senn Junior) Senn Arts vocalists had their first performance showcase since the start of the pandemic.  “Emerging,” directed by Trevor Nicholas, took...

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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...