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Capturing the Community

Natalia, 68, a lifelong Rogers Park neighbor. Lunch, the parakeet, was only recently obtained. "He got his name because I saved him from being 'lunch,'"

The Phoenix teamed up with Jamason Chen’s photojournalism class (COMM 207) to showcase friends and neighbors for the People’s Issue.

Conor Moran from Naperville Illinois works at Felice's, a Roman-style pizza restaurant in Rogers Park run entirely by Loyola undergraduate students
Naperville native Conor Moran works at Felice’s, a Roman-style pizza restaurant in Rogers Park entirely run by Loyola undergraduates.

 

Max Temkin, one of the founders of the Cards Against Humanity, stands in his office space's theater
Max Temkin, one of the founders of the Cards Against Humanity, stands in his office space’s theater

 

Natalia, 68, a lifelong Rogers Park neighbor. Lunch, the parakeet, was only recently obtained. "He got his name because I saved him from being 'lunch,'"
Natalia, 68, is a lifelong Rogers Park resident who recently obtained Lunch, the parakeet. “He got his name because I saved him from being lunch,” she said.

 

Senior nursing student Katie Kuranty has been a lifeguard at the Halas pool for one year. The 22-year-old has seven years experience as a lifeguard in Downers Grove.
Senior nursing student Katie Kuranty takes a break from being a lifeguard at the Halas Pool. The 22-year-old has seven years experience as a lifeguard in Downers Grove.

 

Loyola student Emma Donnelly, 22, befriending a butterfly at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Muesum in Lincoln Park.  Emma was a camp counselor at the museum this past summer, and hopes to eventually work as a wildlife educator for children in museums just like this one.
Loyola student Emma Donnelly, 22, befriends a butterfly at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Lincoln Park. Emma was a camp counselor at the museum this past summer and hopes to eventually work as a wildlife educator for children in museums like this one.
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