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Last week, Chicago voted, and last week Chicago sent a message. While Mayor Rahm Emanuel came in first place against four challengers in his bid for re-election, he failed to secure the 50 percent plus one necessary to avoid a runoff. (more…)
Jose Antonio Vargas covered some of the biggest breaking news stories of the decade. Fresh out of college, he covered the video-game boom in 2004, and in 2007 his coverage of the Virginia Tech shootings earned the Washington Post staff the highest of journalistic honors, a Pulitzer Prize. (more…)
Wake up. Pack your bag full of everything you’ll need for the day. Catch the Metra or get in your car. Get to school. Go to numerous classes in a row. Come home. Sleep. Repeat. (more…)
DePaul students have found a high paying job that doesn’t require four years of college and an intensive interview process. Being a nanny has become a popular job with exceptional pay and flexibility. (more…)
Making the trek to SXSW is still worth it for Chicago bands (more…)
The coach house where Modern Vices lives is cozy. There’s movie posters plastered on the walls, old school rock and roll vinyl neatly tucked upright on shelves, and books stacked on the side table. It’s by no means a penthouse of any sort, but it’s definitely a funky and welcoming place to be. (more…)
It’s been 20 years since a show about Asian-Americans was put on a major network. Comedian Margaret Cho created a show called “All-American Girl” that showed the culture clash between a natural born Korean mother and her fully Americanized daughter. The series only lasted a season. (more…)