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Seven candidates are running for four, four-year terms on the Consolidated High School District 230 Board of Trustees in the April 9 election. The Tribune asked the candidates to share some biographical information and to answer this question: What is...
Tribune reporterTwo friends who died in a crash caused by a wrong-way driver on Lake Shore Drive this week were both college students, and one victim was planning to graduate in May. Fabian Torres, 27, of the 2800 block of South Avers Avenue, and Joaquin Garcia, 25,...
For RedEyeNorthwestern University's Associated Student Government passed a resolution at the end of January urging the school's administration to divest from the coal industry. Since passing the resolution, the student government and Northwestern's Responsible...
Ameet Mehta hooked his audience at the Chase Auditorium on Wednesday with this opening line: "We're two males in our early 20s starting a feminine hygiene business." With that, Mehta launched his "Shark Tank"-esque pitch to potential investors at Impact...
Tags: India, Menstruation, Arts and Culture, Auction Service
There's always room for more chamber music, even in a metropolitan area such as Chicago that's already blessed with a plethora of chamber groups and performances throughout the season. Despite that abundance, Northwestern University's Winter Chamber Music...
The Glenbard District 87 Board of Education has named a new principal for Glenbard West High School. Peter Monaghan, who has been the assistant principal for student services at Glenbard West since 2004, will start on July 1. He'll replace Jane Thorsen,...
Amy Thomas Elder lives and breathes education. Has been doing so for most of her 49 years. Her parents were teachers. Dad taught history; mom was a math instructor. Her kindergarten was held in an antique house at Greenfield Village next to the Henry...
A feminist for Michelle Obama This is in response to "Nation's feminists divided on first lady's overt choices" (News, Jan. 21). The article suggests that many feminists, and by implication mostly white feminists, are disappointed in Michelle Obama. I...
An honor like the Nelson Algren Short Story Award can be a boon to a writer. It can give him or her the confidence to slog through rejections and trudge forward with literary endeavors. When we asked former Nelson Algren Award recipients what winning...
The students filtered in. They smelled of cigarettes and cold. They dropped their backpacks and peeled off their Gore-Tex. Then Lisa Buscani, one of the five instructors who teaches Ethics in Computer Games and Cinema at DePaul University, after...
Tags: Theft, Rahm Emanuel, Movies, Django Unchained (movie), Ethics
Most people don't start their day combing the newspaper for headlines about white-collar felons. But for Kelly Richmond Pope, it's just part of the job as a forensic accountant, and one she shares with students at DePaul University, where she is an...
Attorney Mark Pearlstein was an expert on community association law, a primary author of recently enacted Illinois legislation to regulate and license community association property managers and for 24 years wrote the Sunday "Condo Adviser" column for the...
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