The “wish list” feature, which resembles a wedding gift registry, allows a charity to request specific things that are most needed at that time.
About 97 percent of participating faculty voted “yes” for the three-year contract, according to adjunct instructor Alyson Paige Warren.
Bishop George Hagler was viewed as a father figure in his community and emphasized the importance of family, said grandson John W. Fountain.
Lidia Bastianich will be at Eataly Chicago for a book signing on Saturday 4:30-6 p.m for “Lidia Day.”
Justus Harris was named a Kennedy Center 2018 Citizen Artist Fellow for his art forms visualizing diabetes data.
The three-day event, touted as the first halal lifestyle festival in America, include chefs, comedians, beauty gurus and fashion designers.
University of Chicago Medicine’s Level 1 trauma center is set to be the first on Chicago’s South Side in decades.
Students on the X-Machina team design the robot on their own. They get six weeks to build it from scratch, then an outside company makes the parts.
Thousands of fans filled the Gentile Arena on Saturday to cheer the team on in their Final Four matchup, but the Ramblers’ magic ride came to an end.
The next bargaining session between the union and Loyola University Chicago is scheduled for Monday.
“I love the new look,” said one reader, but some weren’t thrilled at comments we made about our competition in a letter to readers about the changes.
Symeonides talked about the national March For Our Lives gun control rallies. He feels a responsibility to pray for and protect the youths.
The Chicago demonstration was among hundreds of others taking place across the country as part of a mounting youth-led movement for tighter gun laws.
Bertha S. Jimenez, of Logan Square, developed and owned several restaurants in Chicago for 50 years with her husband.
Miracle Boyd, a sophomore at Hope, said instead of arming teachers with guns, communities should be armed with “equity education” and quality schools.