New benefit for working millennials; student loan debt relief

Rosie Langello Student debt has increased to an historic amount, but a company in Chicago called Peanut Butter is here to help companies attract and retain millennial employees by creating student loan benefits. CEO and Kellogg School of Management graduate, David Aronson started the company in 2015. He said he believes in the next five […]

Collins and Walker, an everlasting friendship

Collins and Walker, an everlasting friendship

By Rosie Langello One of the top in-state prospects, Marquise Walker, a sophomore at St. Joseph High School is already receiving Division I offers. He has looked up to several role models in his life but one of those role models has stuck with him ever since he started dribbling a basketball. Former NBA player […]

Chicagoan headed to the 2017 Special Olympic Winter World Games

By Rosie Langello Barbra Shimoda said she vividly remembers the first time her son starting skating at the age of 7. She never imagined it would lead to him attending the 2017 Special Olympic Winter World Games. “Not in my wildest dreams did I think this would happen,” Barbra Shimoda said. “We know we have our State […]

Belichick, Brady reflect on Super Bowl LI

By Rosie Langello Reporting from Houston Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quaterback Tom Brady speak publicly for the first time since their overtime 34-28 Super Bowl win against the Atlanta Falcons. Watch as they answer questions on the historic game and more. [vimeo 202823802] Photo at top: The NFL’s Lombardi trophy and Super Bowl MVP […]

Local basketball player fulfills dream with father by his side

By Rosie Langello The boys’ basketball team at Carl Schurz High School is now the White North conference champion. High school coach James Shelton was excited to have his varsity team play at the United Center on Jan. 21. However, one member of the team is closer to the coach than the rest. Photo at […]

Lane Tech-Taft: A rivalry gone digital

By Rosie Langello In 2003, Mahmoud Abdelfattah was standing at the foul line on Taft’s Senior Night with two minutes left to play when a fight broke out in the stands. When he looked up, the entire student section started running towards him. “Before I knew it, I didn’t even have the ball anymore,” Adelfattah […]