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El gobernador Pedro Pierluisi de Puerto Rico anunció una orden ejecutiva para prevenir la violencia de género que estará vigente hasta el 30 de junio de 2022.

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Puertorriqueños en Chicago expresan sentimientos de esperanza sobre la declaración de estado de emergencia por la violencia de género en su país

Erika Pérez, Contributing Writer February 17, 2021

El gobernador de Puerto Rico, Pedro Pierluisi declara un estado de emergencia con el objetivo de proteger contra la violencia de género. Los puertorriqueños en Chicago tienen la esperanza de que cumpla...

Como parte del plan de 100 días del presidente Joe Biden, ha incluido un plan de inmigración integral que incluye una moratoria sobre la deportación y un camino hacia la ciudadanía para personas indocumentadas.

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Organizaciones comunitarias responsabilizarán a la Administración Biden por promesas fallidas a la comunidad latina: ‘Es muy difícil confiar en el gobierno’

Erika Pérez, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

La comunidad latina en Chicago y los suburbios cercanos tendrán sus ojos muy cerca a la administración del presidente Joe Biden y la vicepresidenta Kamala Harris, presionando para exigir nuevos cambios. El...

En una publicación de Instagram de Chicago Fire, el equipo compartió la visión de un nuevo logotipo en 2022 creado en colaboración por el equipo y los fanáticos. Esta decisión se produce después de una reacción del diseño más reciente.

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Chicago Fire busca una modificación con un nuevo cambio de marca

Ernesto Hernandez, The DePaulia Assistant Sports Editor January 27, 2021

Como dice el viejo refrán, "si al principio no tienes éxito, intenta, intenta, vuelve a intentarlo".  Los Chicago Fire están haciendo precisamente eso y, por segunda vez en tantos años, siguen...

Farmers Market in Wicker Park operational with mask wearing and other Covid-19 safety procedures

Farmers market across city implement guidelines to protect patrons and staff

Corey Schmidt, Staff Writer September 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial hardships for many small businesses. At a time when people may feel uncomfortable going into busy shops, farmers markets have made an impact on local businesses. “The...

The Bean, located in Millennium Park, closed to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Cultural institutions across Chicago see effects of the pandemic

Nadia Hernandez and Cailey Gleeson September 20, 2020

Since Covid-19 forced varying degrees of lockdown and travel restrictions around the globe, the streets of Chicago have been empty without tourists filling iconic spots.  Prior to the halt of normalcy...

Residents enjoy the warm weather with a stroll along the Lakefront Trail near Oak Street Beach, Wednesday afternoon, March 25, 2020, in Chicago, despite a stay-at-home order from Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker during the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.

What to do in Chicago during a pandemic

Chinyere Ibeh, Focus Editor September 6, 2020

The daily lives of millions throughout the country came to an abrupt halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bars, restaurants, other businesses and even schools were all shut down.  On June 26, Chicago...

DePaul University Lincoln Park campus.

University employee tests positive for COVID-19 on Lincoln Park campus

Lacey Latch, Editor-in-Chief August 7, 2020

Students, faculty and staff were notified of a second confirmed case of COVID-19 on DePaul’s Lincoln Park Campus on Friday afternoon.  According to a university-wide email sent by DePaul Community...

Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester delivers during the first inning of a summer camp baseball game against the Minnesota Twins Wednesday, July 22, 2020, in Chicago.

Preview: Cubs look to bounce back after disappointing 2019 season

Ernesto Hernandez, Asst. Sports Editor July 24, 2020

The Chicago Cubs kick off the 2020 season at home against the Milwaukee Brewers as the team looks to rebound from a 2019 season which saw the team miss the postseason for the first time since 2014. The...

The van for Ms Tittle's Cupcakes, which will be featured at this year's modified Taste of Chicago festival.

Taste of Chicago to-go

Redesigned festival serves up unconventional sense of normalcy
Rebecca Meluch, Opinions Editor July 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of many iconic Chicago events, including Lollapalooza, the Air and Water show and the Chicago Marathon. But last weekend, the city was able to host its...

This illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in January 2020 shows the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). This virus was identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

US reports 1st case of person-to-person spread of new virus

Mike Stobbe, Associated Press January 30, 2020

NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials Thursday reported the first U.S. case of person-to-person spread of the new virus from China. The man is married to the Chicago woman who got sick from the virus after...

CIFF volunteer experience positive for film students, cinephiles alike

Nate Burleyson, Asst. Sports Editor October 28, 2019

During the Chicago International Film Festival, there are lots of big-picture things set far ahead. Running a large festival like the one in Chicago, which concluded its 55th rendition of the fest on Sunday...

Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-up, which is located on Elston Avenue, offers fall food, drinks, games and photo opportunities in a pumpkin patch themed experience.

Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up brings fall vibes downtown

Nicholas Moreano, Contributing Writer October 28, 2019

Walking through the entrance at Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up encapsulates everything that is associated with fall: mounds of hay, plenty of people wearing their favorite flannels and, of course, pumpkins. ...

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