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  • Roggensack spars with Abrahamson in public meeting

    The private sparring among Wisconsin Supreme Court justices became public Wednesday during an open meeting to discuss court rules, with Chief Justice Patience Roggensack telling her predecessor she was out of order. The exchange between Roggensack and...
  • On campus: Southland residents make their marks in college

    Here is a look at what some Southlanders have achieved in college, according to releases from the schools: Marquette University •Several students at Marquette University attended a Marquette Action Program spring break service trip through the...
  • Winnetka Club honors students with college scholarships

    Winnetka Club honors students with college scholarships
    As their senior years come to a close, eight high school students from New Trier Township were rewarded with scholarships from The Winnetka Club at a special ceremony on May 17. Taking place at The Hadley School for the Blind, The Winnetka Club...
  • The hidden cost of college

    The hidden cost of college
    The cost of higher education has skyrocketed over the last 30 years, and now experts are warning teens about another hidden cost. While most statistics focus on rising tuition fees, new research is taking a closer look at living expenses. According to a...
  • Tulip Grove's Roth is P.G. County 'Teacher of the Year'

    Tulip Grove's Roth is P.G. County 'Teacher of the Year'
    After 30 years of teaching in Prince George's County schools, Renee Roth sometimes wonders about retirement. Roth, who teaches third-grade science at Tulip Grove Elementary School in Bowie, isn't sure what she'd do with herself if she didn't have a...
  • On campus: Southland students make their marks in college

    On campus: Southland students make their marks in college
    Here's a look at some of the achievements of Southlanders in the collegiate ranks. Monmouth College Molly Weaver, a sophomore at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Ill., is a member of Colorful Voices of Praise, the school's first official gospel choir,...
  • A greedy look at Lake Michigan

    A greedy look at Lake Michigan
    For the foreseeable future, if anyone wants to live, work or invest in a place with a reliable supply of fresh water, it's right here, in Chicago and on the Great Lakes. It's time we started cashing in on this bonanza. Our neighbors in Wisconsin and...
  • Shout Out: Colton Schroetter, star of 'Shrek'

    Shout Out: Colton Schroetter, star of 'Shrek'
    Students at Mundelein High School will perform "Shrek the Musical" from April 30 to May 3, starring senior Colton Schroetter as the big green ogre. Q. How long have you been interested in theater? A. I've done small productions for churches and...
  • Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow

    Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow
    Baltimore Sun crime reporter Justin George on Tuesday was named a Public Service Journalism fellow at Marquette University and will spend the 2015-16 academic year in Milwaukee leading a team of student journalists to produce stories "with the potential...
  • OPRF student's engineering project gets national recognition

    OPRF student's engineering project gets national recognition
    As a child, Maya Breitenstein would go on nature hikes with her aunt, an experience that awakened her interest in environmental science. As a senior at Oak Park and River Forest High School, she put that interest to work in teacher Allison Hennings'...
  • South Elgin High teacher/coach remembered as jack of all trades

    South Elgin High teacher/coach remembered as jack of all trades
    An estimated three-fourths of the students at South Elgin High School dressed in red Monday in honor of a tutor, coach and mentor who had died of a heart attack over the weekend at age 38. Principal James Edwards announced in an email to the school's...