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SHoP is described as “a project to provide a space for the creative soul and heart of people that live in and love the South Side of Chicago.”
I write to respond to the recent Maroon article about the University’s decision to participate in a Level I Trauma… Read more »
“Trauma has no easy solution.”
The joint project between the University of Chicago Medical Center and Sinai Health System will convert the emergency department at Holy Cross Hospital into a Level I adult trauma center.
“Location, time of day and number of suspects [involved in the incidents] suggest a possible pattern”
“All the strands of my life came together and I really became a man when I moved to Chicago.”
In an article published last week, “Chronic illness has taken the backseat in trauma center debate” (4/21/15), The Maroon broached the… Read more »
New poll commissioned by the Obama Foundation is consistent with previous polls conducted by the University of Chicago and the Chicago Tribune.
“There is a great story about growth and adding jobs into the community and we’ve got a business that’s a local institution, and [second], the story of Darryl and Andrea and how they’ve grown this business with the people who voted for them.”
Obama library meetings draw hundreds.
University’s bid for Obama library holds promise for South Side cultural and economic growth, but first, community concerns must be addressed.
Several Chicago-area universities have proposed academic uses for the library, in collaboration with UChicago.
It was held in honor of Black History Month.
Sexual health project highlights personal experiences of South Side community members.
A few of the South Side community leaders who will guide the process of bidding for the Obama presidential library.
After dropping a contract with the company Gigabit Squared, the University is in talks with other organizations.
Volunteers across Chicago unite to see the city in a new light.
The cofounders of @rtifice hope to keep kids occupied after school and inspire them to launch small businesses.
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of President Obama’s election, historical organization Forgotten Chicago led a bus tour of the South… Read more »
Thirty-two pies competed at the South Side Pie Challenge, with proceeds of the event going to charity.
No content changes for renamed “Chicago Style.”
Student activists cited recent developments as examples of divide between University and community.
The ever-changing, often strained relationship between the University and its surrounding communities.
The neighborhood we call home is rife with culture, food, and things to do.
UCMC’s place on South Side is such that it should support goal of a trauma center, financially or otherwise.
University’s insufficient publicity of Red Line closure at odds with mission of facilitating city engagement.
Study by UChicago professor finds that the South Side will be hit the hardest by the influx of newly insured patients from the Affordable Care Act.
Far from simply “shaming” those in charge, trauma center activists cultivate ties with local figures and groups working toward change.
The path to connecting with our South Side neighbors starts with some steps in their direction.
Panelists discussed the difficulties of addressing the AIDS epidemic on the South Side.
The University must make a sustained and meaningful attempt to extend a hand to members of the South Side community.
Today’s Democratic primary will determine the likely candidate to replace former Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Five takes on a diner’s refuge.
UCPD’s actions speak to wider structual inequalities in our society.
The neighborhood we call home is rife with culture, food, and things to do
A trauma center wouldn’t fill pressing South Side health needs.
The recipient of the donation, the CommunityHealth Englewood Clinic, aims to provide free health care for those who can’t afford it and are uninsured.
On the road with Glenn Beck Saturday, Bill O’Reilly compared the South Side of Chicago to Haiti.