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Non-Tenured Faculty Continue Demonstrations Over Loyola Weekend

By: Radiance Cooper Members of Loyola’s non-tenured track (NTT) faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences continued to promote their cause during Loyola Weekend,...

Sister Jean Becomes Bestselling Bobblehead as March Madness Continues

By Radiance Cooper No one expected the Loyola Ramblers to reach the Final Four. But the players aren't the real story. Sister Jean is. Sister Jean, the...

Ramblers Advance to Sweet Sixteen

By: Radiance Cooper On Saturday, Loyola claimed a spot in the third round of March Madness, otherwise known as the Sweet Sixteen. Loyola beat the University...

Students Celebrate Syria Solidarity Week

By : Radiance Cooper Loyola’s chapter of Students Organize for Syria (SOS) kicked off their annual Syria Solidarity Week with a game night on March...

Dining Service Apologizes for Controversial Display

A few menu items offered at a Loyola dining hall were intended to celebrate Black History Month. Instead, they sparked outrage among the Loyola community. According...

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The Continued Conversation of Gentrification in Rogers Park

By: Kamdyn Rhodes (Loyola Sophomore) Rogers Park is credited as the most diverse neighborhood in Chicago with 80 countries represented by its residents. In recent...

Let’s Give It a Thai

By Kamdyn Rhodes (Loyola Sophomore)  Rice Thai Café & Sushi 6744 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626 (773) 338-1717 4.5 out of 5 stars In the days of COVID,...

How One Chicago Local Helped Save Women’s Professional Soccer: The Story Of Arnim Whisler

By: William Brady (Loyola Junior) The Women’s United Soccer Association was established in 2000, and after three seasons it folded. Arnim Whisler, Owner and CEO...

An Authentic Artist: A Profile of Ayesha Abouelazm

By: Jack Eisenhuth (Loyola Sophomore)  Under the shadow of the New 400 Theater’s sign in Rogers Park, I met Ayesha Abouelazm in person for the...

Senn Students Say Farewell To 2020, And Welcome 2021

2020 hit all of us differently, but for high school students, the disruptions in both learning and socialization were especially challenging. We asked our RogersEdge...