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Day #1: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Ethan Taylor, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2020

Day one of E-learning started off pretty normal for me. I woke up around nine and made myself a bigger-than-usual breakfast considering I had extra time to do so. I cooked four eggs, over-easy obviously, and also ate a bagel with cream...

The day my world changed

The day my world changed

November 15, 2017

Hawks turn it around

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Joakim Noah out for 8-10 weeks

Fitz Robling, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2010

The Chicago Bulls were just getting used to playing with their full team when it was announced that center Joakim Noah would need surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb.  Noah initially injured his thumb in late November,...

As the Temperture Drops, MLB Free Agency Heats Up

Fitz Robling, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2010

Last year both the Cubs and the Sox had disappointing seasons.  The Cubs finished below .500 for the first time since Lou Pinella took over for Dusty Baker in 2007. The White Sox finished with an 88-74 record, six games behind...

Bull Run

Charlie Morrissey, News Manager

January 29, 2010

After drafting Derrick Rose first overall in the 2008 draft, there was no question whether or not he would be able to get to the basket in the NBA and finish. There were concerns though, that he would not be able to develop a...

“Hello Chicago” – Owl City stuns at the Metro

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

October 2, 2009

On Friday September 25th, Owl City arrived at Chicago as part of their Ocean Eyes album tour. The electronic band from Minnesota, headed by Adam Young, stunned a crowd of close to five hundred at the Metro in downtown Chicago. ...

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