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AIDS Researcher Volunteers at Center on Halsted, Shares Time and Talents

AIDS Researcher Volunteers at Center on Halsted, Shares Time and Talents

Mark Enselman, special events organizer at the Center on Halsted, says his volunteer position gives him “the feeling of being a professional in the big kid world.” Enselman, 24, is a senior volunteer at the center, which describes itself as “the Midwest’s most comprehensive community center dedicated to building and strengthening the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, […]

Boystown Churches Welcome All, Celebrate Easter

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Boystown Churches Welcome All, Celebrate Easter

The scent of brownies and crumb cake fills the little chapel, welcoming people from the street before the Easter Sunday service. A small woman bustles around, making sure to greet everyone who walks through the door as well as fixing a broken lamp light and pouring Welches grape juice in place of the typical communion […]

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Cook County Court and Judge Help Rehabilitate Prostitutes

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Cook County Court and Judge Help Rehabilitate Prostitutes

Associate Judge Rosemary Higgins on Monday discussed a Cook County court program that helps convicted prostitutes into treatment instead of sending them to jail. Higgins, 58, said WINGS (Women in Need of Gender Specific Services) court was looking for money from the county, state and federal governments to support the program. The program operates with […]

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Columbia College reorganization results in protest rally

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Columbia College reorganization results in protest rally

Students and faculty at Columbia College Chicago held a protest rally and meeting Monday to denounce a planned reorganization of the school’s departments. The meeting was held to discuss new recommendations made by Interim Provost Louise Love in her “Blueprint Prioritization” outline, which she delivered the previous week. Love recommended combining the school’s Fiction Department […]

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