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  • Senate Republicans must remember intent of anti-trafficking proposal

    Members of the U.S. Senate are making a mockery of important legislation to help victims of human trafficking. If Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., doesn't intervene, he risks much-deserved criticism his caucus is bandying women's health issues...
  • Loyola University president to step down after 14 years

    The Rev. Michael Garanzini is stepping down as president and CEO of Loyola University after 14 years in the post. The university announced Thursday that as of June 30 Garanzini will become the school's chancellor. He'll serve in an advisory role,...
  • Technology ruins communication

    I agree with the column by Rex Huppke “Let’s talk – really talk – about work email,” but I would say the problem with communication extends beyond the workplace. Technology’s advancements are changing the ways in...
  • Loyola University president stepping down

    Loyola University president stepping down
    After 14 years, the Rev. Michael Garanzini is stepping down as president of Loyola University. "It's really been a privilege and a great honor," Garanzini said in a statement. Garanzini will become chancellor June 30. He will serve in an advisory...
  • Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board

    Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board
    With three seats up for election April 7 on the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board, six candidates have divided themselves into two slates. "Experience matters" is the slogan of one slate. The other promotes itself as "the conservative slate."...
  • Paul Pryma on 'Coaches of Chicago'

    Paul Pryma on 'Coaches of Chicago'
    Choosing a topic to write about for the dissertation that would become his first book was a slam-dunk for veteran educator and rookie author Paul Pryma. Working toward his doctorate from National Louis University in Chicago, Pryma was encouraged to...
  • Pensions, health care, finances top Glenview candidates' concerns

    Glenview candidates representing two school districts and the park district said the major challenges facing public agencies are unfunded pensions, the rising cost of employee health insurance and less financial help from the state. Their election is...
  • Darien mayoral rivals differ on development approach

    Darien mayoral rivals differ on development approach
    Whether Darien has an effective strategy in place for future economic development is a key point of contention between the two candidates for mayor in the April 7 election. Fourth Ward Ald. Joerg Seifert, who is seeking to unseat Darien Mayor Kathleen...
  • Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments

     Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments
    The City of Lights has reached the end of an era of sorts as Al Miller is now retired after almost 50 years of continuous service to students in all of our public school districts and private schools. If you have lived in the Aurora area for any...
  • Forget the pop

    I was happy to see the March 10 online article, “Burger King drops soft drinks from kids’ menu.” I predict it won’t be the last fast food chain to drop sugary drinks for kids. As a pediatrician, I encourage my patients —...
  • Marilyn J. Pelham, educator

    Marilyn J. Pelham, educator
    Marilyn J. Pelham, a retired educator and world traveler, died March 9 at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson of complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 86. The former Marilyn June Neeley was born in Glendale, Calif., and raised in Los...