Morning Shift: September 2, 2015

Morning Shift: September 2, 2015

Boy...problems at the University of Illinois just keep piling up. There was the recent resignation of the school’s chancellor and provost, the head football coach was fired and this week, we learned the details of a civil rights lawsuit filed by a former postdoctoral student. And that’s not all. We walk you through the challenges the university is facing. How many of you know someone who’s a hoarder? Then, hoarding used to be listed under Obsessive Compulsion Disorder, but is now categorized as its own psychological condition. There’s a new city advisory board to provide landlords with information and resources on how to identify and address hoarding. We talk with a clinical psychologist about hoarding: the varying degrees of the condition, how people can get help and how the classification has evolved. Also, a preview of the upcoming Chicago Jazz Festival, a performance by one of the fest’s artists and a look at why there are so few African American chefs.