Slime Fridays don’t ‘goop’ around

Eighth grader’s fundraiser combined her love for science and giving back Newswire photo by Brittany Wells | Serenity Pastor (left), an eighth grader at Xavier’s Montessori Lab School, organized Slime Fridays to raise money for St. Jude’s Hospital. Pastor was helped by lab school students and staff but she did most of the work. With … Continue reading Slime Fridays don’t ‘goop’ around

Artifacts presents prejudicial past

Director of Photography Greg Rust’s exhibit combines historic examples of discriminatory images with photos of activists who fought against them It’s no secret that historic biases can be carried into modern societies, but the former meets the latter in Greg Rust’s exhibit Artifacts: Focus on Race. According to Rust, the art installation consists of an … Continue reading Artifacts presents prejudicial past

Officers acquitted in McDonald case

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Alek S | Activists show support for the family of murdered teenager Laquan McDonald after the acquittals of former Chicago Detective David March, ex-patrolman Joseph Walsh and Officer Thomas Gaffney of the Chicago Police Department for conspiracy, official misconduct and obstruction of justice. Former Chicago Detective David March, ex-patrolman Joseph … Continue reading Officers acquitted in McDonald case