Video: Ex-Trump manager greeted by protesters at University of Chicago

By Derek Robertson Roughly 100 students gathered outside the Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago last Wednesday to protest the appearance of Corey Lewandowski, and ex-Trump aide, at a closed forum held by the university’s Institute of Politics. Students squared off with opposing views on the Institute’s decision to host Lewandowski, and the ramifications […]

Expensive Chicago parking tickets contribute to huge bankruptcy filings

By Katherine Hyunjung Lee Costly parking tickets are causing thousands of cash-strapped Chicago drivers to flock to the federal bankruptcy court to get their vehicles released from city auto pounds. Of the 8,809 Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy filings that attorney Tom Vaughn, a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee in Chicago, oversaw in 2016, 47 percent listed […]

Northwestern women’s basketball tries to recapture spark

By Astasia Williams Once you’re hot, it’s important to keep the fire burning. The Northwestern women’s basketball team looked to be a shoo-in for an NCAA tournament berth after going 6-4 in the first 10 conference games. The Wildcats have been in a drought since an eight-day break following a Jan. 17 victory over Michigan State, going […]