Illinois senators must support the Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act.
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“High-potential leaders are constantly busy handling urgent issues and rarely have the time to be reflective and grow their own leadership. CLA is important because it allows individuals to carve out and protect this time.”
The eight annual full-tuition scholarships will be partially funded by a gift from the Neubauer Family Foundation.
UChicago Common Cause is a non-partisan grassroots organization that stems from umbrella organization Common Cause Illinois.
Unpaid internships break the law and perpetuate inequality, but those in power aren’t complaining.
Far from simply “shaming” those in charge, trauma center activists cultivate ties with local figures and groups working toward change.
Election season in Italy is marked by an eerie silence unfamiliar to participants of the vocal culture of American politics.
A career trek sponsored by the Institute of Politics brought students together with state lawmakers.
Health problems prompted Jackson to leave the U.S. House of Representatives.
Harvard professor warns of state secrecy since 9/11.
The political battle over contraceptives highlights government infringement on fundamental freedoms.
Controversial gun-trafficking operation within the ATF reveals government incompetence.
Professor Gerardo Esquivel argued that public investments in infrastructure and education would improve the country’s economy, which had a recent downturn.