UIC Holds ‘Future of Chicago’ Lecture Series

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The University of Illinois at Chicago presents the annual “Future of Chicago” lecture series, which brings civic leaders to campus to examine issues with students and the community. Topics focus on the social, economic, and political conditions of the Chicago metropolitan region. All lectures are free and open to the public and will take place in the Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 140, 1007 W. Harrison St. Lecture highlights include:

Oct. 14
“The Future of Illinois and the 2016 Elections”

Jim Edgar, former Illinois governor

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Oct. 21
“Reform in Chicago and Cook County”

Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, Cook County Commissioner

Nov. 6
“The Chicago City Council and the Future of Chicago”

Edward Burke, 14th Ward alderman

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