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City clerk, treasurer, council members to be elected

Jacob Posner, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2019

Along with the mayoral election, Chicago voters will cast ballots for a new city clerk, treasurer and members of the city council. Residents of each of Chicago’s 50 wards ward will elect one alderman. The city council is Chicago’s legislative ...

Will Obama Center bring progress or gentrification?

Abigail Slimmon, Assistant Editor

May 9, 2018

On May 1, 1893, thousands of people from all over the world poured into the White City in Chicago. Part of the World’s Fair, the White City offered a utopian vision for the future—with its pristine columns and larger-than-life F...

All That Chicago Jazz

All That Chicago Jazz

April 19, 2018

Jay finds empowerment in gunshot-wound first-aid

Talia Goerge-Karron, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2018

On July 18, 2016, Journey “Jay” Jamison heard gunshots in her neighborhood. She had just returned home. Moments later, the gunshot victim ran through her open back door. Jay was about to put her gunshot wound training to ...

Stories behind the statistics

February 8, 2018

Chicago has become numb to gun violence, according to a Chicago victims advocate. Tom Brindisi, the senior associate executive director for the Chicago Area Project, one of the biggest community advocacy organizations in ...

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