GoFundMe is Chicago teacher’s go-to when classroom needs supplies
By Angel Idowu With limited funding, classrooms at some charter schools like Gary Comer College Prep are unable to provide students with basic supplies. Frustrated, English teacher Brittany Maddox decided to create a GoFundMe page, where she raised $500 to supply her middle-school class with needed books. “For me, teaching is about helping students realize their […]
Chicago protesters urge Disney CEO to resign from Trump’s business council
By Angel Idowu Nearly 100 anti-Trump protesters gathered on February 27 around the Federal Plaza decorated in shades of bright yellows, purples, and greens as they screamed in unison against corporate America for their sixth #ResistTrumpTuesdays.
Chicago’s lack of snow in January, February breaks 146-year record
By Angel Idowu For the first time in 146 years, Chicago’s weather map has officially reached record-breaking limits, with very limited snowfall during January and February.