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Early Life Exposure to Dogs May Lessen Risk of Developing Schizophrenia

Early Life Exposure to Dogs May Lessen Risk of Developing Schizophrenia

Ever since humans domesticated the dog, the faithful, obedient and protective animal has provided its owner with companionship and emotional well-being. Now, a study from Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests that… Read more »

Check Yourself During Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Check Yourself During Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

By: Ashmar Mandou During the past several decades, screening – testing for cancer before symptoms develop – has reduced deaths from cervical cancer, as doctors have been able to find… Read more »

CDC Issues Warning About Hard-Boiled Eggs Due to Listeria

CDC Issues Warning About Hard-Boiled Eggs Due to Listeria

A multistate outbreak of listeria connected to hard-boiled eggs produced by Almark Foods is currently being investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and… Read more »

CCPA Young Composer Competition

CCPA Young Composer Competition

CCPA Music Composition Faculty invite high school aged composers to submit to the 2019-2020 Young Composer Competition. Deadline to submit is January 21st, 2020. Submission guidelines include: – Students must… Read more »

Express Transfer Admission Day

Express Transfer Admission Day

Dominican University is making it even easier to transfer, so you can focus on what matters: elevating your education. Receive an admission decision, financial aid award and tentative schedule—all on… Read more »

Early Childhood Advocates Support Equitable Funding for Early Childhood Care

Early Childhood Advocates Support Equitable Funding for Early Childhood Care

Courtesy of Illinois Action for Children We applaud Governor Pritzker for his commitment to young children and their families, as demonstrated by the launching of the Illinois Commission on Equitable… Read more »

Spring Exhibition at DePaul Art Museum to Explore Human Impact on the Environment

Spring Exhibition at DePaul Art Museum to Explore Human Impact on the Environment

In spring 2020, DePaul Art Museum will present “The World to Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene,” an exhibition organized by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at… Read more »

Mayor Lightfoot Submits Letter of Consent for Refugee Resettlement in Chicago

Mayor Lightfoot Submits Letter of Consent for Refugee Resettlement in Chicago

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of State consenting to refugee resettlement in Chicago and opposing federal policies seeking to limit refugee entry to the… Read more »

City Creates Community Advisory Council for Lincoln Yards

City Creates Community Advisory Council for Lincoln Yards

By: Ashmar Mandou Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, with the support of Alderman Brian Hopkins (2nd) and developer Sterling Bay, announced the formation of a Community Advisory Council (CAC) that will… Read more »

Five Strategies That Can Take Your Business from Pretender to Contender

Five Strategies That Can Take Your Business from Pretender to Contender

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” That quote, attributed to Benjamin Franklin, summarizes why some businesses and other endeavors fall short and end up in the scrap… Read more »