Faculty worried Trump as president will cut research funding and will curtail academic freedom.
Now in its seventh year, it's the largest study of urban wildlife and has amassed 1 million photos.
IIT outperforms Northwestern and U. of C. at launching the poorest students into good paying jobs.
Teacher Jenny Vincent is leading the only group from a CPS neighborhood school to attend the ceremony.
Ending 19 years of probation, Clemente no longer "school of last resort," parents say.
The Mother McAuley junior helped lead the Mighty Macs (38-1) to a 4A state championship this season.
Registration opens at 8 a.m. Friday at the school, where applicants take a placement test.
Ald. Sawyer said the community needs to push hard to get a $75 million school slated for the S. Side.
More than 40 activist groups will gather on campus to prepare and swap ideas.
The first-of-its-kind effort will help prepare Chicago students for thousands of cyber security jobs.
The suit asks that Illinois residents with loans through Sallie Mae/Navient be wiped away or reformed.
"No players or coaches are seriously injured" from the crash, according to a school spokeswoman.
First Lady Amy Rule opened "The Station," the Chicago Children's Theatre's new West Loop home.
In 2016, Chicago Police took almost 2,900 guns off the streets between January and April.
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