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  • Feds beef up response to gun violence in Chicago

    Feds beef up response to gun violence in Chicago
    Two weeks after Chicago's rampant gun violence shot back into the national spotlight with a bloody Fourth of July weekend, federal authorities are scheduled to announce Thursday that seven new ATF agents are being deployed to the city to try to help...
  • Putting your best Facebook forward

    Putting your best Facebook forward
    The question comes up all the time among college and graduate school applicants: Are admissions officers looking at me online? Followed by: "Do I need to 'clean up' my Facebook profile and Twitter feeds before applying to college, and if so, how? Might I...
  • Catholic schools targeted for closing rally support

    Catholic schools targeted for closing rally support
    When Jennifer Hodge became principal at Our Lady of Victory two years ago, enrollment at the school had dropped to an all-time low of 91 students. But she felt confident she could turn around the prekindergarten to eighth-grade school, which had been part...
  • Opportunity knocks

    Opportunity knocks
    When is the best time to get that advanced degree? That depends. One answer does not fit all. A lot depends on what degree you are seeking, as well as personal and financial considerations. One thing is for sure: Do your homework before you start grad...
  • Options abound for pursuing psychology programs

    Options abound for pursuing psychology programs
    Nancy Tartt has always had a passion for psychology and has devoted her career to social services. She headed to Adler School of Professional Psychology to pursue a master's degree in marriage and family counseling and discovered a new interest in the...
  • Running | Liberty welcome victory for sprinter

    Running | Liberty welcome victory for sprinter
    Orland Park's Nicholas Prajka admits he may have broken an unwritten rule. He was keeping pace and following his friend, Ryan Duffy, for most of the Liberty Run in Orland Park July 3. As the finish line loomed, Prajka turned up the burners and passed...
  • Different lists can help you pick a school

    Different lists can help you pick a school
    It's college application season, when those famous lists of college rankings really start to matter. But do they? Sure, the traditional lists can help you choose a strong academic program with national cachet. But what about all those 101 other things...
  • Woodstock chef wins 'Hell's Kitchen' competition

    Woodstock chef wins 'Hell's Kitchen' competition
    Woodstock chef Scott Commings Thursday night was declared the winner of the “Hell’s Kitchen” reality show, a victory that brought a $250,000-a-year job cooking at host Gordon Ramsay’s namesake Las Vegas pub. Commings, executive...
  • Christopher T. Miller, managing partner, Kelley Kronenberg

    Christopher T. Miller, managing partner, Kelley Kronenberg
    Law firm Kelley Kronenberg hired Christopher T. Miller as managing partner of its Chicago office. Miller is a trial attorney handling construction and products liability cases and matters involving retail, commercial litigation, public entity and...
  • The complete Bach solo organ works, in 10 concerts

    The complete Bach solo organ works, in 10 concerts
    The more than 200 solo organ works that bracket the prodigious composing career of Johann Sebastian Bach have long been every organist's Bible. Rare is the organ recital that doesn't include such favorites as the mighty "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" or...
  • Law school student knows prison -- from the inside

    Law school student knows prison -- from the inside
    Jarrett Adams' legal aspirations took hold in an unusual place: his prison cell. It was there, not long into his 28-year sentence for sexual assault, that a cellmate suggested he spend less time working out and more time proving his innocence if he was...