Keeping track of West Nile virus and COVID-19 are uncannily similar practices. Dr. Rebecca Smith of the University of Illinois’ Modeling for Disease Control Improvement..
Only one member of faculty consulted on moving classes online — “I think it is disappointing that faculty were not ‘in the room where it
After over a year and a half of remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most universities fully reopened this year, including DePaul. With COVID-19..
“I am very confident that movie theaters will survive, but how new movies are released and how people watch them will change forever.”
DePaul students returned to in-person involvement fair, after 2020’s remote event failed to stimulate students’ interest in extracurriculars.
El Milagro workers are partnering up with Arise Chicago to demand better working conditions from their employer.
Editor’s Note: Two sources in this story have been attributed by their first name only to ensure privacy and safety as they return to campus...
From September 10 to 12, 60,000 music lovers gathered at Union Park in Chicago’s Near West Side. The return of Pitchfork Music Festival was highly..
“I don’t even feel safe at lunchtime, three feet isn’t enough…and leaving school, it’s basically just a pile of kids and adults trying..