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Lights go out at Loyola

By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Loyola University Chicago and ComEd were working Tuesday morning to restore power following a massive power outage at the school's Lake...

Loyola Eco Center searches for endangered Bumble Bee

By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Loyola University Chicago is going to spend the summer searching for the rare Rusty Patched Bumble Bee at its Retreat and...

Loyola Hoops working make the most of Tournament Run

By Lucas Naber Loyola’s spectacular run in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament may have dropped from the headlines, but the effects of their success will...

How Victories in Sports Boost A University’s Bottom Line

By Ellen Svehla The entire nation was shocked when Loyola University Chicago's basketball team  made it to the Final Four. Although the Ramblers lost to the University...

Loyola Professor Inspires Students to Help Hundreds of Area Refugees

By J. Jimenez For nearly a decade, Dr. Daniel S. Amick, an associate professor of Anthropology at Loyola University Chicago, has been fostering relationships between...

Rogers Park: Neighborhood events for May

Here is a list of interesting Rogers Park community events for May. Please reach out to us at rogersedgereporter@gmail.com if you would like your...

Faculty union ratifies contract with Loyola

By RogersEdge Reporter Staff A small coalition of non-tenure-track faculty voted to ratify a new three-year union contract with Loyola University Chicago, it was announced...

Man wounded in midday Rogers Park shooting

Police say a man was shot just after noon Thursday in the 2000 block of West Howard. The 18-year-old was standing on the sidewalk...

Porter Moser nets new contract with Loyola

Loyola coach Porter Moser was awarded a five-year contract extension Wednesday, weeks after guiding the Ramblers to a historic Final Four appearance in the...

Arrupe College receives $1.5 million from McCormick Foundation

The Robert R. McCormick Foundation has given a $1.5 million grant to Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago to support student diversity and success. Arrupe College...

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Adjuncts: How, Why, and What Next?

In April, while some Loyola University Chicago community members were riding high on school spirit as the Ramblers made it into the Final Four,...

New bike routes coming to Edgewater

May's warm weather means bike-riders will make their way back onto Chicago's streets. Last Thursday, the Chicago Department of Transportation with Alderman Harry Osterman...

Lights go out at Loyola

By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Loyola University Chicago and ComEd were working Tuesday morning to restore power following a massive power outage at the school's Lake...

Sister Jean reflects on the season

By Olabisi Efunnuga I sat down with everyone's favorite nun, Sister Jean, to ask her how she reflects on the Ramblers incredible run to the...

More than a Soup Kitchen: A Just Harvest

By Lisa McAuliffe Non-profit organizations are very important in the world because they help others and address worldwide issues, such as poverty and hunger. In Rogers...