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  • Digging for information gold with data mining

    Digging for information gold with data mining
    The old image of looking for a needle in a haystack doesn't even come close to the realities of modern life. Simply put, the world is drowning in data. Every item scanned at every grocery store, every keystroke made on every website, every transaction...
  • Students rock their free iPads at IIT

    Students rock their free iPads at IIT
    A few select schools across the country have embraced the iPad, and it's easy to see why. The smart-looking tablet computer can do everything a laptop can do -- even more -- with thousands of available apps. Plus it's compact, connected, fast, user-...
  • November 9: Author - Ward Miller Talks About His Book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and Sullivan

    November 9: Author - Ward Miller Talks About His Book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and Sullivan
    Ward Miller To purchase a copy of the book: The Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan Louis Sullivan (18561924) was a giant of architecture, the father of architectural modernism, and one of the earliest builders of the skyscraper. Along with...
  • A growing environment

    A growing environment
    Generations entering college have never known a life that didn't include recycling and to keep up with their environmental mindset schools are greening up not only the curriculum but their campuses as well. Mark Olson, dean of enrollment at North Park...
  • Dual degree programs give motivated students head start

    Dual degree programs give motivated students head start
    Phil Swarbrick graduated from Chicago's DePaul University last year with a Bachelor of Science degree in network technology and a Master of Science degree in computer information and network security. Under normal circumstances, the undergraduate and...
  • In Chicago, Obama pledges flood help

     
    (Chicago Tribune photo by Milbert O. Brown.) by John McCormick Appearing in Chicago instead of Iowa this morning, Sen. Barack Obama offered his sympathies for victims of Midwest flooding and pledged to help them rebuild. "We'll work to ensure......
  • What happened to the U.S. Air Force lesbian who `told'? Don't ask

     
    Air Force Lt. Robin Chaurasiya (right) recalls being summoned to a meeting with her commanding officer at Scott Air Force Base near downstate Belleville last year. He read to her a copy of an e-mail that had come to his......
  • Update: Lesbian USAF officer honorably discharged

     
    In case you missed it, this story -- Air Force, in reversal, will discharge lesbian officer -- updates my April 6 column What happened to the U.S. Air Force lesbian who `told'? Don't ask. Reversing an earlier decision, the Air......
  • Golden memories of golden era

    Life has been good to Daniel Zakos since his humble start flipping burgers out of a small Des Plaines roadside shack. Fifty years ago Friday, Zakos began the after-school job working for a middle-age, milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc, who...
  • Ex-Sen. Hayakawa Dies; Unpredictable Iconoclast

    Ex-Sen. Hayakawa Dies; Unpredictable Iconoclast
    S. I. Hayakawa, the renowned semanticist who defied striking student radicals at San Francisco State University in the late 1960s and subsequently was elected to the U.S. Senate as a Republican, died Thursday. He was 85. Spokesmen at Marin General...
  • WHO WILL WEAR THE MANTLE?

    When Mayor Harold Washington collapsed at his desk and died last November, he left a political and spiritual vacuum in Chicago`s black community that has created the current, informal and furious power struggle among those who would succeed him. This...