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By: Favour Mamudu, Sullivan Senior, and Olamide Olaleye, Sullivan Senior Students at Sullivan High School decided to share some of their experiences about their favorite places in Chicago outside of school that they love spending their free time. Sullivan High school...
When the dust cleared and political outsider Lori Lightfoot was declared Chicago's new mayor Tuesday night, RogersEdgeReporter journalists Olabisi Efunnuga and Oscar Marquez, both Senn High School seniors, were on hand at the Lightfoot celebration to document it. Here...
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 the public, estimates approximately 5 million Illinois adults have poor mental health. 2.1 million more people...
World renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma recently paid a visit to Senn High School in Edgewater, where he performed with the school orchestra. When it came time for Senn TV, the school's student-run TV news show, to interview Ma, he flipped...
By Lindsay Nolden *The original post included crime statistics from Trulia, a real estate web site. It was unclear what time period those statistics covered. We have updated this story with more accurate numbers. .  Violent crimes in big cities increased...
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 of Tennessee by one point. The final score was 63-62. Junior Clayton Cluster, secured the final...
Famous American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, said, "Eventually, I think Chicago will be the most beautiful great city left in the world." There are many movies that give due justice to the beauty of Chicago architecture, including: The Fugitive  Starring Harrison Ford,...

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Sullivan Students Celebrate Teachers

By: Christian Carreto, Sullivan Freshman Teacher Appreciation Week was celebrated the first week of May at Sullivan and around the country. It was a time...

RogersEdge Reporter Wraps Up Another School Year

By: Ramiyah Lee (Senn Sophomore) As Journalism club comes to an end for the school year, students at Senn and bureau chief reflect on...

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...

New Leadership Club Being Offered at Sullivan

By: Oluwanifemi Onifade, Sullivan Sophomore The Junior Youth Empowerment Program (JYEP) is a program for youth to join and learn how to be effective mentors...

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,...