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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...
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 Foundation (IAMACF) (2645 W. Peterson Avenue) offers free primary health care services for Chicago’s underserved...
by Sadie Lipe  In light of the unprecedented number of school shootings in 2018, gun legislation and control — and mental health — have become hot-button issues across the country. Fortunately, in the Rogers Park and Edgewater areas, there have been...

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By: Emilee Levanas (Loyola Junior) Whether it is career opportunities, programs offered, or the Chicago city life, every Loyola student has reasons for choosing to...

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a… Rambler?

By: Egi Canie & Kyle Boone (Loyola Juniors) Whether or not you are a current student of Loyola, former alumni, Rogers Park resident or just...

Sullivan Ribbon Cutting for Jan Schakowksy Gymnasium

By: Christian Carreto (Sullivan Sophomore)  Community members gathered at Sullivan High School in Rogers Park on Wednesday Nov 9 for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating...