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The Repercussions of Limiting Abortions Not Genocide

The Repercussions of Limiting Abortions Not Genocide

In the U.S. the dispute over a woman’s right to abortion has been overturned in recent history. Many states immediately put into effect pre-ban laws against abortion, with most punishments resulting in a harsher sentence than current laws against sexual assault, which many argue is a “war on women.” In Chicago, citizens still have the […]

Why Is Public Transportation Unsafe?

Why Is Public Transportation Unsafe?

Public transportation in Chicago has been criticized for being dangerous and unsafe, however, how unsafe is it?  Services like trains and buses are considered public transportation. Chicago as a whole has also been deemed violent and unsafe by the media but even if that were true, the CTA can’t be that bad right? It is […]

Englewood’s Elevated Nature Trail Will Be Coming Soon

Englewood’s Elevated Nature Trail Will Be Coming Soon

The conversion of an abandoned railroad line in Englewood into a 1.75-mile multi-use trail is subject to community feedback, according to the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Department of Planning and Development (DPD). The project otherwise known as the Englewood Nature Trail will be designed and built with $20 million in federal money from […]

Classic Chicago Film Locations

Classic Chicago Film Locations

Chicago is one of the top three cities popular for filmmaking since the early 1990s. Thanks to its cultural significance, and is a leader in independent filmmaking and movie patronage at that time. There are dozens of locations in the Windy City that were used for film sets for various famous movies, Here are a […]

Schools Prepare for Students Return Amid Spread of COVID-19 Variant

Schools Prepare for Students Return Amid Spread of COVID-19 Variant

Summer break is almost over and schools are preparing for the return of students. Some are concerned about the lax virus-mitigation mandates with the COVID-19 subvariant, BA.5, being highly contagious. This year Illinois students will not be mandated to wear face masks. In February, Governor J.B. Pritzker announced that students and staff were no longer […]

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