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  • 2013 Broward Class 8A-7A-6A: First team, Second team, Honorable mention and Coach of the Year

    Trellanie English-Lurry Nova junior Ht.: 5-6; Pos.: G Comment: Two-year varsity starter averaged 9.1 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists to help Titans return to state tournament. George Mason and Stetson have expressed interest. Rickae Jinks...
  • Elmhurst College students arrive late, but without regrets

     Elmhurst College students arrive late, but without regrets
    It was a difficult journey to the National Mall. The students from Elmhurst College traveled all night by bus, stopping just once for breakfast before pulling into Washington on Monday morning. With the streets blocked off around the Capitol, they...
  • A great jazz soiree takes root in Elmhurst

    A great jazz soiree takes root in Elmhurst
    As everyone knows, America's jazz hotspots are Chicago, New York, New Orleans and … Elmhurst? Well, as of tomorrow evening, at least, the western suburb will indeed be pulsing with the music, as jazz stars and student ensembles from across the...
  • Dana Hall re-emerges with a new band and a fresh approach

    Dana Hall re-emerges with a new band and a fresh approach
    Last year was a volatile one for the inimitable Chicago drummer-bandleader-composer Dana Hall. With the considerable help of ace arts administrator Kate Dumbleton, Hall had rejuvenated the Chicago Jazz Ensemble, which William Russo had created at...
  • For them, it was a love boat

    For them, it <i>was </i>a love boat
    It started as a shipboard meeting between two people just doing their jobs. It grew into a wonderful marriage and, beyond that, a wonderful partnership. Tony and Helga Noice each have their own careers. He is a cognitive researcher, actor and director...
  • The Rev. Henry W. Korinth, minister

    The Rev. Henry W. Korinth, minister
    The Rev. Henry W. Korinth, a retired United Church of Christ minister, died Sept. 24 of a massive heart attack at York Hospital in York, Pa. He was 83. The son of a General Motors Corp. millwright and a homemaker, Henry William Korinth was born on...
  • On the Chicago Keystone Pipeline Protest

    On the Chicago Keystone Pipeline Protest
    On Wednesday, President Obama was in town for a fundraiser, and I headed down to the Hilton Chicago on South Michigan to cover the Keystone protest. A couple things: 1) It’s telling that despite the supposed scandals engulfing the president, I...
  • Top five grad degrees may surprise you

    Top five grad degrees may surprise you
    Think the MBA is the most popular master's degree out there? Wait a second, smarty. You're only half right. The most popular graduate field nationally is actually education, followed by business. However, it is true that here in Illinois, more students...
  • 5% of Elmhurst College applicants identify with LGBT community

    5% of Elmhurst College applicants identify with LGBT community
    Elmhurst College officials say about 5 percent of applicants for the upcoming academic year identified themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The college drew national attention as the first in the United States to ask applicants about their...
  • February 22: Midday Fix - Elmhurst College Jazz Band

    February 22: Midday Fix - Elmhurst College Jazz Band
    45th Annual Elmhurst College Jazz Festival February 24 - 26 Hammerschmidt Memorial Chapel Elmhurst College 190 Prospect Avenue Elmhurst For ticketing and additional information, visit: www.elmhurst.edu
  • Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Preps Plus Athlete of the Month | Downers Grove South's Josh Williams

    Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Preps Plus Athlete of the Month | Downers Grove South's Josh Williams
    Scottie Williams knew the deal. The former Downers Grove South running back's friends didn't understand why all those yards and touchdowns did not translate into a Division I scholarship, but at 5-foot-6, 160 pounds, Division III football was not a...