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Mental Health Woes Surge in Areas without Grocery Stores

By Sadie Lipe Depressed? Anxious? You're not alone. The National Alliance on Mental Illness-Chicago (NAMI-Chicago), a nationwide organization which provides mental health resources and support to...

Edgewater Teen Making a Name as Kid Reporter

Joseph Gorman isn’t your typical 8th grader at Sacred Heart Academy & Hardey Prep located in Edgewater, just down the street from Loyola University...

Free Rogers Park Health Clinic Serves Community Minorities

A free health clinic located in West Rogers Park provides care to Chicago’s underserved communities. Operating on the weekends, the Indian American Medical Association Charitable...

Interview with Director and Writer of ‘Rogers Park’ Movie

by Sadie Lipe Radiating feels of a neighborhood-tailored soap opera, "Rogers Park," a film set in the Chicago neighborhood of the same name, depicts the...

People on the Street: 60 Percent Suffer From Depression and Anxiety

by Sadie Lipe  In light of the unprecedented number of school shootings in 2018, gun legislation and control — and mental health — have become...

Slideshow: An Hour on Bryn Mawr Avenue

By Sadie Lipe  Click on any photo below to learn more about one of Edgewater's most historic blocks. Like many areas on Chicago's north side,...

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Making The Comfortable Uncomfortable: Teaching From Home During COVID-19

By: Jimmy Lynch (Loyola Sophomore) With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, instructors from all levels have had to teach virtually throughout the first semester of school,...

Rewired Cafe, Bigger and Better, Aims to Serve the Community

Expanding and changing locations is difficult enough for restaurants, but COVID has made the process much more challenging. Yet Owner and operator of Rewired...

Rambler Pep Band Another Covid Loss

The Zoom meeting filled in with students one by one. Most cameras were on, but people stayed muted as they waited for Patrick Rocks,...

We Got the Beat: Senn Music Journal Hits a High Note

By Isabella Chamberland (Senn Senior) I remember the day that CPS announced its final plan for the school year; the day felt heavy, like every...

New Murals, Other Improvements, For Clark Street

This Fall has brought some cosmetic improvements along Clark Street. The Rogers Park Business Alliance recently announced several project updates from its Vision Clark Street Master...