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  • Glen Ellyn man dies after being injured in Rome

    Glen Ellyn man dies after being injured in Rome
    A University of Iowa student from Glen Ellyn, who suffered serious injuries during a fall while studying abroad in Rome, died Sunday morning, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Andrew Mogni, 20, died at 11:25 a.m. Sunday at...
  • Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC

    Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC
    AvonCon, a Comic Convention presented by Avon Library, will offer free workshops and talks for kids and adults about many aspects of comic books and graphic novels at the library, 281 Country Club Road, Avon on Saturday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m....
  • Rand Paul tells college students tuition should be tax deductible

    Rand Paul tells college students tuition should be tax deductible
    Tailoring his remarks to an audience of college students, presidential hopeful Rand Paul called for college tuition to be fully tax deductible and slashed at President Obama’s proposal to offer two free years of community college. "The president...
  • Funeral set for Glen Ellyn college student who died after fall in Rome

     Funeral set for Glen Ellyn college student who died after fall in Rome
    Funeral arrangements have been set for a University of Iowa student from Glen Ellyn who died this week after being injured overseas. Andrew Mogni, 20, died Sunday, about three months after he was hurt in a fall in Rome. University officials said Mogni,...
  • Fraternity remembers best of student who died of injuries in Rome

    Fraternity remembers best of student who died of injuries in Rome
    Andrew Mogni was an ambitious student at the University of Iowa, studying finance and business analytics. He also was a lovable goofball, known to tweet pictures of squirrels darting around town. "There were times that he'd be the most serious person in...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms player Brett Hextall and his doctor wife Mamie deal with long-distance marriage

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms player Brett Hextall and his doctor wife Mamie deal with long-distance marriage
    Brett Hextall got in a pair fights on ice last weekend. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms right wing got in one in the second period Wednesday night, trying to generate some positive energy at Allentown's PPL Center, but that didn't quite work out in a 6-1...
  • Maryland joins federal opposition to Sysco merger

    Maryland joins federal opposition to Sysco merger
    Maryland has joined nine other states, the District of Columbia and the Federal Trade Commission in opposing a merger of the country's two largest food distribution companies on grounds that the union would create a near-monopoly in this region and...
  • Journalist Who Embraced Life With Gusto

    Jazz, theater, baseball, well-cooked food, great writing, red wine: Ron Georgeff embraced them all the way he embraced life, with gusto, good taste and sensitivity — and an eye for a bargain. He made friends and kept them for life, and...
  • Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, educator and author

    Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, educator and author
    Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, a sociologist, educator and author who founded the Prejudice Institute, died Feb. 2 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of Parkinson's and cardiac disease. He was 82. Born in New York City, Howard Jay Ehrlich was raised...
  • University of Oklahoma ousts fraternity over racist chant caught on video

    University of Oklahoma ousts fraternity over racist chant caught on video
    As moving trucks encircled the disgraced Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house Monday, workers unscrewed the group’s Greek lettering from above the door. It was a remarkably rapid dissolution of the long-standing University of Oklahoma fraternity...
  • HPHS grad probes issues of Latino identity in one-man show

    HPHS grad probes issues of Latino identity in one-man show
    Theater students at Highland Park High School got the chance to watch alumnus Brian Quijada perform his one-man show, "Where Did We Sit on the Bus?" March 5, then engage in dialogue with the actor during a master class the next morning. Now 26 and...