Fun fact: For Minju’s senior year at university, she was never really on campus — for a semester, she studied abroad in Granada, Spain, and for the final semester, she completed her NBC internship in Los Angeles.
Stories by Minju Park
Pantries report they’re seeing greater demand than ever for a free Thanksgiving meal during the pandemic.
Chicago Public Library historians tell the story of iconic parks and open spaces in photos, drawings and artifacts in a new exhibit.
An annual commemoration at Chicago’s National Museum of Mexican Art takes on new meaning in a pandemic year.
A group led by Black students and President Morton Schapiro have issued angry messages this week as protests continue.
On Tuesday, 300,000 students across Chicago started remote learning. We spent the morning with three of them as they navigated nerves, new routines and technology.
Protected for now, some are left wondering whether future U.S. policy changes will force them to leave.
This year’s inductees include a human rights lawyer who provided volunteer services during the AIDS crisis and a photographer for “Gay Chicago Magazine.“
The problem of deteriorating roads in Illinois isn’t new. The American Society of Civil Engineers graded Illinois’ road conditions as a D in 2018.
Private security firms in Chicago are seeing a spike in demand for services in the aftermath of lootings and unrest the last several days.
One Chicago suburb plans a vehicle convoy. Others are going online to remember military personnel who gave their lives.