Rummana Hussain

Editorial board member and columnist

Rummana Hussain is an editorial board member and a columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times.

The days of trekking to the office in bad weather are over for people who have worked remotely since the pandemic started.
Americans tend to quickly praise demonstrators engaging in “good trouble” overseas but bristle at dissent in their own backyard.
Violet Affleck, daughter of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, wore a crewneck made by clothing company Wear The Peace. Now the company, founded by two sons of Palestinian refugees, is raking in business.
Rogers Park resident Dima Sulaiman may have been disabled, but she didn’t let her physical ailments or her family’s challenging experiences as Iraqi refugees deter her.
Fifty-three journalists have been killed in the Middle East since Oct. 7, including 46 Palestinians, four Israelis and three Lebanese, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Israel’s relentless siege to punish members of Hamas for last week’s deadly attack has only led to the carnage of more innocent souls in the Gaza Strip.
Neither Taylor Swift nor Beyoncé will find themselves begging for more articles or air time even without a hype man or woman from Gannett, which laid off hundreds of staffers in its news division a year ago.
The most superficial beef I have with directors who are not Greta Gerwig: The pairing of schlubby or awkwardly dorky men — think Woody Allen — with conventionally attractive women.
Northwestern’s controversies over hazing and racism in its sports programs took me back to the time my brother laughed off a high school football coach’s racist digs toward him and his friend.