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Self-help pamphlets in Spanish cover the tables dividing a row of seats leaning against the reception area wall. A payphone stands on one corner as a relic from a different time, with instructions on how to place international calls...
The new development on the former site of the Heartland Cafe will not require a zoning change, and construction is expected to begin either next month or in March, according to Alderwoman Maria Hadden (49th). The construction will close Glenwood...
The Jewish community in Rogers Park gathered to “eradicate hate with love” in remembrance of recent shooting victim Eliyahu Moscowitz, remembering the joy he brought to those he met. More than 200 residents endured the cold Monday evening to celebrate...
By RogersEdge Reporter Staff Chicago police are searching for a teenager accused of shooting a food deliveryman during a robbery attempt late Thursday in the Rogers Park neighborhood. A teenage boy allegedly approached a deliveryman at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday in...
By Oscar Marquez Chicago Police said Monday they are still looking for a man who briefly grabbed a 11 year old girl from behind in Rogers Park. The incident took place last Thursday around 8:40 a.m. on the 1500 block of...
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 Shore Campus in Rogers Park. Loyola said the outage was caused by a transformer problem that...
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 Loyola student was robbed just west of campus Sunday night by three men who approached him in a car, showed a weapon, and demanded his possessions. Loyola police said the incident took place just before 8 p.m., in the alley south...
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 RogersEdge Reporter Staff About 350 unionized faculty members at Loyola University Chicago planned a walkout Wednesday amid ongoing contract talks with the university. Loyola said it was not cancelling classes and that all buildings and facilities would remain open. Service Employees...

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By: Kamdyn Rhodes (a member of Kappa Delta) Loyola’s Kappa Delta Theta Upsilon Sorority works to eliminate racism and prejudice within sorority culture in light...

Rogers Park Branch: A Look at Library Operations Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Bina Wilens Flashback to March, a time of worldwide panic and uncertainty. Within our city of Chicago, the normally bustling streets became increasingly isolated...

Halas Back in Action

By: Seth George For the last five months, students have been cooped up inside their homes, unable to exercise at gyms due to the uncertainty...