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Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

In September 1985, Tracy Baim and three colleagues founded the Windy City Times, a weekly LGBT print newspaper that also uses print and social media as ways to reach communities in the Chicago area. During this time, talk of the LGBT community was a sensitive and closeted subject, however, Baim and her team found this to be a great time […]

Jahmal Cole the Innovator of Chicago’s Youth

Jahmal Cole the Innovator of Chicago’s Youth

The Journey Jahmal Cole is a black male from North Chicago, Illinois. He had many challenges growing up, which drove him to attend Wayne State college in Nebraska. Cole gained more knowledge about how he could better his community. Here, he became passionate about service in under-served communities much like the one he group up in. Cole […]

American and Asian Affairs

American and Asian Affairs

President Donald Trump visited five different Asian countries over the course of two weeks. During his trip, he met with several Asian leaders, gave speeches, and attended crucial area summits. It would have been a monumental undertaking for the most experienced politician. The Trump administration has invested more time and capital in Asia than any other region because of North […]

Julius Price Discusses His Journey Toward a Brighter Future

Julius Price Discusses His Journey Toward a Brighter Future

Julius Price is a 23-year-old black man, who was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He was raised in the University Village neighborhood on Chicago’s west side. Despite what others may think and defying all odds, Price has a story to tell beyond the narrative strangers imagine simply based on his appearance. Price is the modern example […]

Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence Report Card Pickup

Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence Report Card Pickup

On Thursday, Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence had their report card pickup. Since this was the day for parents and guardians of students to pick up report cards, the elementary students had a day off from school. However, teachers were required to be at the school from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students were […]

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