News

After living in various places around the world, including North America, South America and Europe, Troy McMillan decided she wanted to return to her roots and move back to Chicago. When she visited Edgewater, she …

News

 Criminal damage to the service door of Loyola’s Alumni House was reported to Campus Safety Jan. 17, according to Campus Safety’s Police Logs. It is unclear what and how severe the damage was. The Alumni …

News

Five males were arrested following a carjacking on the 5800 block of North Winthrop Avenue on Thursday just after midnight, five blocks from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, according to the Chicago Police Department (CPD). A …

Campus

New buildings are popping up on and around Loyola’s Lake Shore campus following a summer of construction. Work continues on Loyola’s athletic practice facility following the completion of a new “flex lab,” and construction is …

Breaking

Less than a week after an incident of alleged racial bias, 48th Ward aldermanic candidate and former CVS manager Morry Matson withdrew from the campaign due to a health condition, he announced in a press …

Community

Some students relied on Planned Parenthood, formerly located on North Broadway Street, for their reproductive health care. Planned Parenthood relocated to Edgewater last year, but the Howard Brown Clinic offers another alternative. Howard Brown (6500 …

Arts & Entertainment

Continuing the celebration of its 35th anniversary season, Edgewater’s Raven Theatre (6157 N. Clark St.) is hosting the premiere of playwright Melissa Ross’ “Nice Girl” Jan. 24. Directed by Lauren Shouse, this contemplative drama laced …

Community

Construction that will completely demolish the Woodruff Arcade Building will begin after December, with a new development called The Arcade replacing it. The new structure will turn into a mixed-use development.