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  • Maintaining safety in Chicago

    by Martin Serrano / Staff Reporter Public safety continues to be a priority for any community looking to prevent violent crimes from arising. Schools have continued to take a cautious approach as they start to return to in-person classes. Aside… Read More ›

  • An ode to Billy Montgomery

    by Adnan Bašić / Head Copy Editor Remember in high school when your teachers would warn you about how strict college professors are? “You won’t be able to get away with the things you’re doing now.” “You have to make… Read More ›

  • The guiding Fountain

    by Mohammad Samra / Chicago Editor Hey, Prof. Fountain,  Hope all is well.  I haven’t really had the chance to properly thank you for everything you’ve done for me in the last three years I’ve known you.  Your Media Writing… Read More ›

  • Style in quarantine

    by Aidan McGinty / Multimedia Director Americans have officially passed over one year of various lockdowns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson’s vaccines approved — and more pending approvals currently — many… Read More ›

  • Zooming out: a farewell to online school

    by Kel Faherty / Staff Reporter Gen Z has been dubbed “digital natives” by multiple sources, including Forbes and the Pew Research Center. A “digital native,” as defined by Oxford Languages, is “a person born or brought up during the… Read More ›