by Emily Little Medill Reports Chicago-area educators see increased flooding, intense cold and beach erosion all around their city. They see these issues as paramount
By Shivani Majmudar Medill Reports Among skyscrapers and industry, another landscape designs Chicago’s urban footprint: community gardens. Tucked away in many of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods,
Christopher Vazquez Medill Reports With Chicago Public Schools teachers returning to in-person learning, the school district is now trying to keep track of who’s received
By Laura Harris Medill Reports Snow shoes, shovels and snowblowers are put to use as Chicago sees one of the longest cold snaps in history.
By Hazel Tang Medill Reports COVID-19 has impacted public health and the economy in the U.S. However, for Asian Americans, the pandemic has also led
By Jake Bramande Medill Reports After the United States Women’s national soccer team won the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2019, their class-action lawsuit against
By Yvonne Krumrey Medill Reports “Roses are red, crystals are shiny, I hope this is the best V-Day you have ever seen. This year is
By Rodricka Taylor Medill Reports READI Chicago, an organization with programs to counter gun violence, partners with “God Is Pleased” Outreach to distribute food, water,