By Edgar A. Diaz, Photo editor
The Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a multiday holiday on December 1 and 2. This holiday, with roots from Aztec culture, is a stark contrast to Halloween, in which the dead are celebrated […]
By Kate Lavin, Staff Writer
Nearly 123 million Americans are ineligible to vote. That means that more than one-third of the population has no say in the upcoming election on Tuesday, November 3. This significant group includes […]
By Bella Watts To whom it may concern, It is with a strong understanding of my moral failing that I write to you this letter, wrapped in positivity not as a distraction […]
By Madison Bratley, Editor
Preschool students and diverse learners in cluster programs will experience some amount of in-person learning starting second quarter and the rest of Chicago Public School students will continue remote learning, sources with an understanding of the district’s plans say. […]
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