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  • Who is Susan Sher? Head of U. of C. Obama library bid, mom of Oscar winner

     Who is Susan Sher? Head of U. of C. Obama library bid, mom of Oscar winner
    Susan Sher was at her son Graham Moore's side in Los Angeles over the weekend, beaming as he won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Next month, Sher will be after a prize of her own. As senior adviser to University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer,...
  • Neighborhood likely to lose tutoring, extra patrols

    Neighborhood likely to lose tutoring, extra patrols
    The future of a La Grange neighborhood is uncertain with the loss of an after-school tutoring program and the likely end of an increased police presence following two shootings and gang graffiti. But about 50 residents pledged to remain committed to...
  • Force alone won't stop Islamic State

     Force alone won't stop Islamic State
    There's a growing desire among Americans to ramp up our military action against the Islamic State. A Pew Research Center poll released this week showed that sending ground troops to fight these terrorists in Iraq and Syria is supported by 47 percent...
  • Letters to the editor

    No more video gambling licenses As residents of Will County, we ask our fellow residents to attend the Will County Board Executive Committee's April 2 public hearing to urge the board to opt out of Illinois' video gambling law until such a time as...
  • Top 10 anti-Semitic colleges

    Top 10 anti-Semitic colleges
    Columbia University in New York City is ranked the number one most anti-Semitic college in the country by a Jewish freedom center. The Los Angeles-based David Horowitz Freedom Center's Jew Hatred on Campus campaign named Columbia first, followed by...
  • About Susan Sher

    About Susan Sher
    Susan Sher Age: 66 Current job: Senior adviser to University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer and Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs Kenneth Polonsky. Born in: Newark, N.J. Lives in: Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Personal:...
  • College Notebook: Annapolis' Furman shows NFL potential

    College Notebook: Annapolis' Furman shows NFL potential
    Josh Furman raised his NFL draft prospects recently with a strong performance at the Oklahoma State football program's Pro Day. Furman was among 13 former Cowboys who worked out for representatives from 27 NFL teams and certainly opened some eyes with...
  • Parker B. Lusk, public relations executive, teacher and reporter, dies

     Parker B. Lusk, public relations executive, teacher and reporter, dies
    Parker B. Lusk worked in public relations at AT&T and Illinois Bell and also taught news reporting and public relations courses at Triton College, Loyola University and Rosary College. Mr. Lusk, 91, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease on...
  • Cardinal George released from hospital, 'feeling much better'

    Cardinal George released from hospital, 'feeling much better'
    Cardinal Francis George returned home Friday after being hospitalized last week for hydration and pain management issues and "is feeling much better," the Archdiocese of Chicago announced. George was released after "the causes that required his...
  • Dr. Paul Dunn, who helped start Montessori school in Oak Park, dies at 95

     Dr. Paul Dunn, who helped start Montessori school in Oak Park, dies at 95
    After reading an article in Jubilee Magazine about a Montessori Method school in Connecticut, Dr. Paul J. Dunn and his wife gathered a group of friends who also had large families on New Year's Eve 1960 to discuss the possibility of starting such a school...
  • Fast-food labor expands scope of Fight for $15

    Fast-food labor expands scope of Fight for $15
    The group huddled in front of a McDonald's in downtown Chicago, preparing to tell the 100 people who had gathered there how the Fight for $15 had taken on a broader fight on behalf of low-wage workers ranging from airport workers to adjunct college...