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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Mantenga Alimentos Nutritivos en su Refrigerador

Mantenga Alimentos Nutritivos en su Refrigerador

Tener una mezcla correcta de alimentos nutritivos a mano ayuda a tomar una dieta bien balanceada y a terminar con un comportamiento inadecuado. A continuación algunos ejemplos de como mantener… Read more »

Shining a Light on Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness

Shining a Light on Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness month, and if you have a brain, you’re at risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Today, more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease,… Read more »

Teens’ Career Paths Take Walk on the Wild Side

Teens’ Career Paths Take Walk on the Wild Side

Graduation season has many teens wondering what lies ahead, including what career to pursue. The Chicago Zoological Society’s (CZS) Teen Conservation Leadership Conference provides an opportunity for teens from ages… Read more »

Avoid the ‘Summer Slide’

Avoid the ‘Summer Slide’

During summer vacation, students lose an average of two months’ worth of learning at their grade level. The loss known as the “Summer Slide”, which affects students at all grade… Read more »

Applications Open for Fourth Presidential Leadership Scholars Class

Applications Open for Fourth Presidential Leadership Scholars Class

The Presidential Leadership Scholars (PLS) program, a partnership among the presidential centers of George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson, opened online applications for… Read more »

Morton District 201 Athletes Sign to Play College Sports Next Year

Morton District 201 Athletes Sign to Play College Sports Next Year

J. Sterling Morton High School rolled out the red carpet for its talented student-athletes who will be playing in collegiate sports in the 2017–18 academic year. Thirty Morton seniors were… Read more »

Harper College Offers Apprenticeship Program

Harper College Offers Apprenticeship Program

As Baby Boomers working in manufacturing are reaching retiring age and will leave the workforce by 2030, they are taking their skills and knowledge with them due to the shortage… Read more »

Lawmakers Celebrate Voter Registration Bill

Lawmakers Celebrate Voter Registration Bill

After bipartisan passage of automatic voter registration in General Assembly and Gov. Rauner’s announcement that he intends to sign the bill, lawmakers and advocacy groups who have led the charge… Read more »

Communist Statues in the USA

Communist Statues in the USA

by Daniel Nardini Did you know that there is a bust of former Soviet dictator Josef Stalin in Bedford, Virginia? The bust is part of a dedication to the D-Day… Read more »

Trustwave Announces Expansion in Chicago

Trustwave Announces Expansion in Chicago

Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Trustwave to open the company’s new and expanded headquarters in downtown Chicago. Located at 70 W. Madison St., the new office will support a major expansion… Read more »