When she’s not keeping up with the news, Libby enjoys binge-watching new TV shows, dragging her friends to karaoke and cuddling with her cat, Stella.
Stories by Libby Berry
Last year, throngs of St. Patrick’s Day revelers provoked a statewide shutdown. Will the city have better luck this go-around?
Recent winter storms are a sign of what we’ll continue to experience due to climate change, scientists say. Here’s a look at what that means for the city.
Deliveries And Drive-Thrus: Christians Weighing Faith And Safety Have Many Options This Ash Wednesday
The Archdiocese of Chicago is advising priests to use a Q-tip or cotton ball to apply ashes — or, even better, to sprinkle them directly on parishioners’ heads.
Dr. Lynwood Jones helped treat Illinois’ first COVID-19 patients. One year later, he reflects on how the health system has responded — and what comes next.
Chicago musicians this year spun up songs meant to inspire. Vocalo’s Stephen Bekoe helps us break down 2020’s best tracks.
Naperville North junior Jordan King answers your questions about tackling high school during the pandemic.
We’ve lived through a year like no other. Here’s what it looked like in Chicago and around the world.
We asked Chicago-area teachers to share tips and advice, from planning virtual lessons to improving poor attendance.
This fall, we’ve been following freshmen as they navigate college during the pandemic. Here’s what daily life looks like for one student who’s taking classes remotely — along with being a big sister.
Do you feel safe? Does college hookup culture still exist? Elizabeth LeBeau answers your questions about freshman year during COVID-19.