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Amid nationwide criticism against family separation under the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” illegal immigration policy, Rogers Park residents joined the movement Saturday afternoon in a neighborhood protest against the practice. Organizers said around 450 people gathered …

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Sr. Ann Ida Gannon, former professor, president of Mundelein College and namesake of Loyola’s Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, passed away June 3 at the age of 103. Mundelein College was a Catholic, liberal …

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Construction of Onward Chicago, a restaurant opening under the Hampton Inn near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, is undergoing final renovations before their summer opening, although the original goal was in March. Loyola’s assistant Vice President …

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The Chicago Park District will repair Juneway, Howard and Rogers Beach parks this summer due to damage from winter storms and high water levels in Lake Michigan, according to an announcement on Chicago’s 49th Ward …

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“Spot of tea?” Sandra Carter, a partner at R Public House, carried a floral teapot and refilled the teacups at her table. She was wearing a black dress with pearls and a large white hat. …

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Students across the nation have rallied for gun control in the wake of the February Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. In Rogers Park, high school students had a personal connection to the movement and …

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Results from recent home water tests in Rogers Park displayed traces of lead, a deadly neurotoxin. The poisonous heavy metal has been found in the tap water of some of the older homes and duplexes …

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Just a few blocks from Loyola’s Lake Shore campus in Rogers Park, a man named Juan Rivera lives in an ordinary-looking house with his family. But he’s far from ordinary. Rivera spent more than two …