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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...
By J. Jimenez Thinking about renting an apartment in Rogers Park? Expect to pay more than you might have in the past. According to a new survey by HotPads, a division of Zillow, the median rent in Rogers Park is $1,679 per...
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...
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 RogersEdge Reporter Staff Chicago Police are investigating the death of a 50-year-old man who was stabbed Tuesday evening in West Rogers Park, the Chicago Sun-Times Media Wire is reporting. The man was found dead at about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday with...
By Mia Mancini Chicago Magic Lounge, opening later this month, hopes to bring a little bit of mystery and magic back into the neighborhood. Located at 5050 N. Clark, the venue includes a 120-seat cabaret theatre with mezzanine, a 43-seat close-up...
By Lisa McAuliffe Last weekend in Chicago, four people were killed and twenty-two people were injured in crimes involving gun violence. Last year, there were 650 gun-related homicides  in Chicago. Illinois State House Speaker Mike Madigan, and like-minded lawmakers in the Illinois...
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 lives of two interracial couples residing in the 49th Ward as both are plagued with...
By Mia Mancini The Lifeline Theatre in Rogers Park is preparing to say goodbye to artistic director Dorothy Milne. According to The Chicago Tribune, Dorothy Milne, 60, has tired tired of spending her days behind a desk. She announced that she's...

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Local Artist, Sara Zainab Akhtar, Shares Insight On Her Art During COVID-19 

By: Ehmed Nauman, Loyola Junior Rogers Park is known to be home to bustling art culture. In jazz clubs or street festivals, local artists make...

Sullivan High School Students Reflect on Reopening

By: Sullivan High School Students CPS schools are open for in-person learning after nearly 18-months of quarantine. Sullivan students shared their feelings about going back...

Importance of Diversity: One Latina’s Journey Towards Representation

By: Dafne Valdez (Loyola Junior) The lack of representation of BIPOC in United States academia has gone under closer scrutiny over the past several years....

Loyola’s Next Generation of Business Leaders: An Interview with Inigo Communications Agency 

By: Donna Kang (Loyola Junior) Internships are a gateway to getting a job, but internships aren’t easy to obtain without prior work experience. While classes...

Balancing Fame and Going to School: An Interview with a Tik Tok Star

By: Priya Patel, Loyola Senior Hours and hours of screen time is spent by millions of users swiping and liking these 15-second videos. Now imagine...