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Protesters marched through uptown, angry over the neighborhood's homelessness.

Protesters confront Uptown alderman about homelessness

November 16, 2015

Angry protesters advocating for better treatment toward homeless people marched through Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood Nov. 9 before ending the rally at the office of Alderman James Cappleman (46th ward), who...

Senior Vice President and Provost Stan Wearden met with chairs of the Strategic Plan implementation committees Sept. 29 to discuss the plan’s implementation.

Strategic Plan committees to feature collegewide involvement

October 5, 2015

following months of crafting the college’s Strategic Plan, the document will now be put into action by five implementation committees.According to a Sept. 22 email to faculty and staff from Senior Vice President ...

Viaduct on Lake Shore Drive and Wilson Avenue.

CPD ticketing Uptown’s homeless

September 28, 2015

Two Chicago police officers were filmed ticketing a group of homeless people in the Uptown neighborhood while patrolling on bicycles Sept. 14 in a video posted to YouTube.The original video, which now has more ...

The Renegades board members left to right: Tina Roberts, Mark Brticevich, Mike Sempek and Taylor Kaurin

Renegades look to score with upcoming semester

September 8, 2015

With new board members, policies and ideas, the Renegades are gearing up for the Fall 2015 Semester with an overarching goal of promoting a more fit and united student body. During the summer, the Renega...

‘Doxxing’ unethical under any circumstance

By Editorial Board

November 24, 2014

International activist hacker group Anonymous released the names and pictures of 23 alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan on Nov. 16—including former police officers and educators—on its website.The group, in revealing KKK members’ identities as an act of retaliation after the KKK threatened to use “lethal force” against protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, declared “Anonymous won’t tolerate racism in any form, or ...

Pulling at the seams: Uptown’s decades-long heritage of diversity beginning to crumble

By Copy Chief

September 22, 2014

“Hey, man, can I have a smoke?”Startled from his private thoughts, Tobias Elder tried to keep walking past the man who asked him for a cigarette. The man looked like he could be a gang member, Elder says, and Elder was not in the mood to barter over cigarettes, so he tossed him the whole pack and tried to move on.To his surprise, the man followed him and looped an arm across his shoulders, asking what was wrong. When ...

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