Busy schedules and upbringing deter some undergrads from getting the flu shot

By Anne Snabes Medill Reports College students balance busy schedules of attending class, completing assignments, maintaining a social life, and commitments to extracurricular activities or a job. Do students also set aside time to get the flu shot? Some do, but many do not. “Some people just can’t manage to find time in their schedule […]

Recent vaping perceptions are more than just smoke and mirrors

By Annie Krall Medill Reports llinois now holds the title for the highest number of patients with vaping related illnesses in the country, according to a recent report published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Over 900 cases of vaping induced lung disease have been reported in the United States as of Sept. 20. […]

CTU strike finally comes to a close


By Grace Asiegbu Medill Reports Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) agreed on a five-year labor contract, ending the record 11-day strike that kept 35,000 students at home. The two sides had reached an agreement late on Wednesday about the contract, with specifics including a nurse and a social worker in every […]