State review board recommends against UCMC’s proposed new facility, UChicago Local launches phase two.
Electrical fire on 58th & Dorchester, University sells Harper Court but maintains space, community group protests Vue53.
A survey asks if people would ride a free trolley on 53rd Street; a restaurant/music venue, Promontory, and a children’s store, The Red Balloon, have recently opened in the area.
With globalization and big business as the status quo, being a conscientious consumer can seem somewhat daunting and impossible. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try.
The goals of representation cannot be achieved by only one or two Asian-American narratives entering mainstream culture.
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