David Axelrod, Team Obama’s winning strategist, on ditching the campaign trail for a friendlier milieu: the University of Chicago
Last year, after taking over as the head of Northwestern University’s highly regarded Medill School of Journalism, John Lavine vowed to “blow up” the curriculum, changing its emphasis to new media and marketing. Students and alumns have responded with anger and charges of betrayal.
Jay Mariotti says he doesn’t play by jock rules, referring to Chicago sports media. Read more about how he’s dealt with the critisism from both the sports media and athletes.
When police said they had finally solved the 1981 murder of a young Lincoln Park woman, it brought a terrible crime closer to resolution, and stirred agonizing memories for her loved ones.