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Mark Grba, an investigator from Chicago’s Office of Inspector General (left), Jim Nagle, an adjunct professor in the English Department (middle) and Mark Klein, a P-Fac elections committee chairperson and an adjunct faculty member in the Art + Design Department, (right) returned to the 600 S. Michigan Ave. Building with the ballots from the Jan. 21 election.

P-Fac vote spurs union investigation

January 26, 2015

After a month of its leadership campaigning for separation, the Part-Time Faculty union has voted to disaffiliate from its parent union, the Illinois Education Association-National Education Associatio...

Green Street Smoked Meats, 112 N. Green St., brings a fresh take on casual barbecue to Chicago with its industrial decor and minimalist style. Guests can try fanciful cocktails, such as the Sweet Tea Bourbon.

Good Southern cooking gets ultra-urban twist

May 5, 2014

At the far end of a cobblestone alleyway surrounded by brick walls with chipping paint, the smell of Texas-style barbecue lingers in the West Loop. The source of the smell is Green Street Smoked Meats, ...

Vallera Charges Dropped

By Alexandra Kukulka

November 6, 2012

The disciplinary actions against Diana Vallera, P-Fac president and adjunct faculty member in the Photography Department, were dropped during a Nov. 15 meeting between the administration and Vallera, according to Nancy Traver, P-Fac spokeswoman and adjunct faculty member in the Journalism Department.As reported by The Chronicle Sept. 4, Vallera was to be disciplined by Columbia for claiming that the Office of the General C...

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