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Fig Factor Media Hosts First Young Latina Talks in Cicero

Fig Factor Media Hosts First Young Latina Talks in Cicero

Eleven young Hispanic women from Cicero took to the stage at J. Sterling Morton High School to share their personal stories of overcoming barriers, self-doubt, adversity who exemplify perseverance during… Read more »

CPS to Begin In-Person Learning

CPS to Begin In-Person Learning

By: Ashmar Mandou Earlier this week, the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) stated that all students will learn remotely through the end of… Read more »

City Colleges of Chicago Invites Students to Enroll in Spring Classes

City Colleges of Chicago Invites Students to Enroll in Spring Classes

With a new year just around the corner, it’s time to leave 2020 behind and make a new start.  City Colleges provides a quality, affordable education that helps prepare you for… Read more »

Fig Factor Media Organiza las Primeras Charlas de Jóvenes Latinas en Cicero

Fig Factor Media Organiza las Primeras Charlas de Jóvenes Latinas en Cicero

Once jóvenes hispanas de Cicero subieron al escenario de J. Sterling Morton High School para compartir sus historias personales de como vencieron barreras, auto-dudas, y adversidades que ejemplificaron su perseverancia… Read more »

CPS Comenzará el Aprendizaje en Persona

CPS Comenzará el Aprendizaje en Persona

Por: Ashmar Mandou A principios de esta semana, las Escuelas Públicas de Chicago (CPS) y el Departamento de Salud Pública de Chicago (CDPH) declararon que todos los estudiantes aprenderán en… Read more »

Los Colegios de la Ciudad de Chicago Invitan a los Estudiantes a Inscribirse en sus Clases de Primavera

Los Colegios de la Ciudad de Chicago Invitan a los Estudiantes a Inscribirse en sus Clases de Primavera

Con un nuevo año a la vuelta de la esquina, es hora de dejar atrás el 2020 e iniciar un nuevo comienzo. Los Colegios de la Ciudad ofrecen una educación… Read more »

Chicago Department of Public Health Modifies Travel Order as COVID-19 Cases Surge

Chicago Department of Public Health Modifies Travel Order as COVID-19 Cases Surge

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) is revamping its Emergency Travel Order to better reflect the changing nature of the pandemic and provide more specific guidance to travelers entering… Read more »

Positive Outlook Predicts Less Memory Decline

Positive Outlook Predicts Less Memory Decline

We may wish some memories could last a lifetime, but many physical and emotional factors can negatively impact our ability to retain information throughout life. A new study published in… Read more »

AMA Foundation Donation Supports Patients in Managing Blood Pressure on Chicago’s West Side

AMA Foundation Donation Supports Patients in Managing Blood Pressure on Chicago’s West Side

The American Medical Association Foundation (AMAF) announced a $100,000 donation to support patients and care teams working together to manage blood pressure (BP) in Chicago’s west side communities. This funding… Read more »

MSI Launches Free At-Home, In-Classroom Learning Resource

MSI Launches Free At-Home, In-Classroom Learning Resource

To celebrate National STEM Day, the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI) launched a free educational resource hub for everyone – students, teachers, families, community groups – who is… Read more »