Community

Several dozen Rogers Park and Edgewater residents gathered in a brightly lit middle school cafeteria on a weeknight, many responding to an email blast by 49th Ward Alderman Joe Moore. Some voiced concerns about the changes they said they see in the neighborhood, from rising rents to an increase in luxury apartments.

Chicago

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a bill into law Monday to protect undocumented immigrants statewide. It offers a new level of security for many of Loyola’s almost 150 undocumented students and their families. Senate Bill …

Community

More than 40 years in business has reaffirmed what Phil Bujnowski has always been told as fact; the Bible is the world’s best-selling book. Bujnowski, a 69-year-old Catholic who attends St. Gertrude’s Parish in Rogers …

News

Over the last few months, a number of key staff have left Loyola, while others ascended to new roles. Rogers Park continues to experience a face lift as a number of new developments move forward. Meanwhile, the Loyola community has felt the effects of some of the biggest news stories of the summer, including the Charlottesville protests, the statewide budget crisis and changes to national immigration policy.

Chicago

Nearly 400 activists gathered outside Trump Tower Aug. 15 to protest President Donald Trump’s responses to recent violence in Charlottesville, Va.

News

Nearly 400 high school students from 13 countries gathered inside of Loyola’s Galvin Auditorium, cheering loudly as music blared — an atmosphere more akin to a pep rally than a service project.

Breaking

A 25-year-old woman died after being pulled from Lake Michigan near Loyola Beach late June 10. Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers pulled the woman’s body from the water in the 1200 block of Touhy Avenue …

News

Chicago gun violence took the lives of five people and wounded 44 others this Memorial Day weekend, with nearly half of the violence occurring on Monday May 29 alone, according to the Chicago Police Department (CPD). Most of the shooting occurred on the city’s South and West sides, and claimed the lives of two minors: a 17-year-old and 15-year-old.