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Ashburn: The Truth About Chicago’s Neighborhood

Ashburn: The Truth About Chicago’s Neighborhood

In recent years, Chicago has become “one of the most dangerous cities” in the country due to its crime skyrocketing crime rates. Many reporters have taken advantage of this and have deemed Chicago a dangerous city to live in. Although there is an abnormal amount of crime in the city compared to others, many reporters […]

When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impact Study Abroad)

When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impact Study Abroad)

College is a simple word. It holds power in dictating how someones’ future ought to be shaped. It is also a word that will either encourage people of all age, gender, race, and socioeconomic backgrounds to attend; and without triggering the “fight or flight” phenomenon, it can be the best choice or the most upsetting. […]

North Lawndale: What Stopped This Neighborhood From Thriving?

North Lawndale: What Stopped This Neighborhood From Thriving?

North Lawndale, located on Chicago’s west side, is home to about 36,000 people of the entire city’s population of approximately 2.8 million. This neighborhood has a very rich and historical past but in the last few decades has taken a turn for the worse.  Crime, poverty, low funded schools, and many other issues currently plague […]

Illinois Becomes Better One Joint at a Time

Illinois Becomes Better One Joint at a Time

Marijuana may soon be free from current recreational restrictions for those ages 21 and over in Illinois. It will be a time for joy for responsible users and a time for concern for some residents who fear the legal consequences. During Governor J.B. Pritzker’s campaign, he boldly expressed favor of legalizing recreational marijuana. Pritzker branded this as a […]

Global Warming Impact on the Midwest

Global Warming Impact on the Midwest

Global warming has been a widely known issue in the world for three-quarters of a century, with it comes extreme winters and severe summers. Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, was a reminder that snowstorms in Chicago are still capable of causing damage. Branches from trees broke off and fell onto power lines, because of the strong […]

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