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Seeing Specialists

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April 19, 2018

I saw an advertisement the other day for a neurosurgery practice. It made me feel kind of weird. I totally understand that all sorts of businesses can and should advertise, but when it comes to medical stuff like specialist doctors and prescription drugs, it makes me worry that I’m supposed to be figuring out if I need this stuff. Like, should I be checking constantly to see if I need brain surgery? How am I even supposed to do ...

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Immigration policy shift affects more than DACA

April 16, 2018

With the fate of Dreamers still in question, the temporary-status immigration programs for Liberians, El Salvadorans, Haitians, Hondurans and Sudanese have been canceled—potentially uprooting more than 3...

Canadian electronic music duo Zeds Dead will perform Oct. 21 at Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave.

Zeds Dead to bring ‘Northern Lights’

September 18, 2017

After changing its name, hosting sponsored basement dance parties, releasingmultiple EPs, embarking on a couple tours and starting its own record label, Zeds Dead has proven itself to be more than a quot...

Science Institute receives grant, faculty recognition

By Senah Yeboah-Sampong

November 5, 2012

The Science Institute, which is part of the Department of Science & Mathematics, recently received two grants totaling $31,000.The institute received a $10,000 grant from Northeastern Illinois University and a $21,000 grant from After School Matters, a non-profit dedicated to providing educational opportunities to Chicago teens. The grant will be used to fund its Junior Research Scientists program, which brings Chicago Publ...

Conservative commentators’ twisting of truth

By Molly Keith

October 31, 2011

When a journalist publishes or broadcasts a story without conducting accurate research, retribution is expected. How can a story be credible if the information or sources behind it aren’t verified or concrete? In many cases, when a journalist makes this mistake, his or her credibility is forever questioned once the truth has surfaced. But what happens when political commentators don’t do their research? Aren’t they oft...

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