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Animal Protection Sees Progress With State Legislature

Animal Protection Sees Progress With State Legislature

Two weeks ago, Gov. Quinn announced he would support a proposed bill that would make Illinois the first state in the United States to require pet shops to sell dogs and cats acquired only from an animal shelter or animal control facility, according to a press release. When buying a pet some people may not […]

Flip the Script on Youth Violence and Justice

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Flip the Script on Youth Violence and Justice

Some children as young as kindergarten are being pushed out of schools, leading them to crime, drugs, violence all while not getting the education they need, said advocates Thursday. “When [the schools] have a student that’s hurting their numbers, they drop them,” said Jennifer Valles, associate director at Heartland Alliance Human Care. “We need to […]

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The Weeknd Prohibits Pictures at Recent Poster Signing Tour

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The Weeknd Prohibits Pictures at Recent Poster Signing Tour

Kayla Delson decided to study for finals early so she could go see her favorite R&B artist, The Weeknd. She had her camera ready like dozens of others who had shown up at The Chop Shop last month to get their photo taken with the Grammy-nominated artist. Little did they know, this would not be […]

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Beats and Greets Unstoppable Despite Rain During WAC Crawl

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Beats and Greets Unstoppable Despite Rain During WAC Crawl

As the rain began so did Chicago’s underground radio station, 88.1 WCRX-FM’s, portion of the WAC Crawl last Wednesday. “Beats and Greets” featured students from Columbia College’s Club DJ classes who played their mixed songs. Khristtian Locke, better known as DJ K-10CK3 (pronounced “kay-lock”) by his listeners, a music business management student,  used what he learned […]

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