Concerned Chicago Parents Rank Cyberbullying as one of the Biggest Social Issues

By Jessica Amezcua Early this year, surveys showed that of the Top 10 social concerns Chicago parents had for their children, cyberbullying came in second, right after gun violence. In the age of technology, it is easy for people to hide behind the screen and spread negativity whether they are aware that they are doingContinue reading “Concerned Chicago Parents Rank Cyberbullying as one of the Biggest Social Issues”

Top 10 Bakeries in Chicago

  Hello fall, soon enough the city of Chicago will be welcoming the winter season, and with the warm days winding down, the idea of a nice warm pastry with a hot cup of coffee sounds good right about now. If there’s one thing Chicago is known for and will take pride in it’s ourContinue reading “Top 10 Bakeries in Chicago”

Climate Change: Does Anybody Care Enough to Make a Change?

Greta Thunberg makes her appearance at the UN Summit after her sixteen long day journey to America The UN Climate Action Summit held on September 23rd, 2019, comes just a few days after the global climate protest. With a Global Climate Crisis increasingly becoming an issue that needs attention to many global leaders seemed toContinue reading “Climate Change: Does Anybody Care Enough to Make a Change?”

MAP Grants: Gov. Quinn talks at Depaul

By Bob Smith Gov. Pat Quinn visited DePaul University’s Loop campus on Wednesday to discuss how pension reform is harming the Monetary Award Program (MAP) college scholarships and access to higher education in Illinois. “This is so important to our state, not only in the past, but certainly now and in the future,” Quinn said.Continue reading “MAP Grants: Gov. Quinn talks at Depaul”

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